Position: Assistant Educational Psychologist
Hannah graduated from the University of Manchester in 2019 with an Upper Second Class degree in Psychology with International Study, a year of which was completed in Spain, where she studied Educational Psychology more closely. Throughout her degree Hannah volunteered in a variety of settings, including Special Educational Needs (SEN) schools, mainstream schools and local authority departments. Hannah worked closely with SEN teaching assistants, and the children they supported, who displayed a variety of needs including; Global Developmental Delay, ASC and Downs Syndrome. During this time, Hannah also conducted a research project within a school, investigating the development of language biases in children. This research has since been published, and follow-up research has been undertaken by the university. Since graduating, Hannah worked as a Learning Support Assistant, and as part of the Early Help and Intervention Team at a mainstream primary school with a high level of SEN entry. Hannah worked to support and deliver interventions to children across the school, with a variety of Special Educational Needs and barriers to learning. Hannah’s main areas of interest are ASC, Global Developmental Delay, and Specific Language Impairment.