Is your bright student struggling to perform? 

Are they struggling with:

Phonic screening



A levels 


Are they easily distracted?

Do they have problems concentrating?

Do you often find them daydreaming?

  • struggle to pay attention in class?

  • present as verbally bright but struggle to read and write?

  • know the answer but fail to express it?

  • struggle to see the white board?

  • struggle to sit still?

  • consistently call out?

  • fail to look and listen at the same time?

  • avoid reading out aloud?

  • struggle to read their own writing?

  • struggle to spell?

  • have low self esteem?

  • struggle with maths?

  • get angry and frustrated?

  • develop avoidance strategies?

  • need access arrangements?​

  • complain of headaches?

  • struggle to listen or pay attention?

  • fail to recognise the same word in the next sentence?

DO THEY .....


  • have a sense of space?

  • mirror write?

  • spell phonetically?

  • use capital letters within a word?

  • confuse b’s and d’s, ps and q’s?

  • reverse numbers?

  • are they clumsy?​

  • struggle with hand eye co ordination ?

  • struggle with light sensitivity?

  • excessive rub eyes and blink?

  • do overlays help?

Coloured overlays and coloured glasses
Anti- stress 
if required
Literacy skills for
reading and writing
Numeracy Skills
Gross Motor
Development for 
dyspraxia like tendencies 
Spatial awareness
for sport
Supporting application for EHCP and access arrangements (support in SATS and GCSE's) 
Help with attention and concentration issues


Does your student

struggle to read?

The problem could be vision based

We have a special interest in this

Learning difficulties can be addressed. 

There is more to seeing than meets the eye. 


The skill sets needed to read and write can be resolved by simple exercises to change not only the balance of muscles in the eyes, but also the link between brain input and brain output. This improves learning.


This therefore results in a child not needing a label or diagnosis but instead very simply just progressing forward 

Training Sessions

Ruth and her team are happy to offer training session for groups of teachers to demonstrate the visual demands of reading and how we address this.  Improving a student's reading ability is an interesting and rewarding challenge. 

The child who daydreams or loses concentration may have vision issues as they have to exert more mental energy and focus their mind and eyes to keep up.


Physical exhaustion can result and we aim to make vision an efficient and automatic system so that learning can take place more easily. 

Uncoordinated children may have dyspraxic tendencies and poor control over arms and legs. Eyes demand finer motor movements and require even more muscle control. 

Children may have Retained Primitive Reflexes which can hinder their progress.


Click here for further information on Retained Reflexes  see 


We work in co-ordinating the senses, particularly auditory, movement, speech and vision to create a free flowing machine of a brain ready to absorb, query and be a curious mind. 

Vision Therapy

Vision Therapy is series of exercises for the eyes and brain. It is a highly effective non-surgical treatment for many common visual problems such as lazy eye, crossed eyes, double vision, convergence insufficiency and some reading and learning disabilities.


Many patients who have been told, "it's too late," or "you'll have to learn to live with it" have benefited from vision therapy.



  • Coloured overlays

  • Precision tinted lenses

  • Anti stress lenses

  • Bi-Nasal occlusion

  • Bifocal lenses if required

  • Vision therapy 

  • Literacy skills for reading and writing 

  • Numeracy skills 

  • GCSE and A- Level Support 

  • Gross motor development for dyspraxia like tendencies 

  • Spatial awareness for sport and driving

  • Supporting application for EHCP and access arrangements (support in SATS and GCSE’s) 

  • Help with attention and concentration issues