Hilary Nunns

Hilary Nunns

Hilary is a teacher in FE.   Her subject specialism is Business/ICT and Functional Skills.

Recognised as an Advanced Practitioner and passionate about Additional Learning Support, Hilary uses many methods to promote independent learning among disengaged students of all ages.

Hilary has spent many years teaching and supporting students such as: Looked After Children, youth offenders, learning disabilities, mental health difficulties, ODD, BESD/SEMH, ADHD, Aspergers/Autism in a mainstream learning environment. She has an outstanding reputation for engaging ‘difficult’ students as partners in their education.

This work led to a 2009 collaboration under a government funded project (Action For Inclusion) to disseminate good practice across Surrey colleges.  Hilary was appointed the Behaviour Lead which was the platform for launching Can Do Courses in 2010.

Programmes from Can Do Courses are designed to help others to increase knowledge of pedagogical approaches, and classroom management strategies.

Success for learners with ADHD in the mainstream classroom

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The symptoms of ADHD often get in the way of learning, creating anxiety and negativity for everyone involved. It also adds to substantial college drop-out rates which can lead to disadvantages in later life. – Know what it means to have ADHD – Recognise the barriers to learning – Learn strategies to support behaviour for […]

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Success for learners with ADHD in the mainstream classroom

Bartlett 1

The symptoms of ADHD often get in the way of learning, creating anxiety and negativity for everyone involved. It also adds to substantial college drop-out rates which can lead to disadvantages in later life. – Know what it means to have ADHD – Recognise the barriers to learning – Learn strategies to support behaviour for […]

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