Senior Lecturer, Pathway Leader for MA SEN

Amanda Kelland has worked in Special Education for over fifteen years, and has specialised in working with pupils with specific learning difficulties (dyselxia). She previously worked for Bridgend Local Authority Inclusion Service managing a team of SEN advisory teachers and supporting schools in their SEN provision. Amanda is currently Pathway Leader for the Masters in Special Educational Needs and leads the MA Modules on Specific Learning Difficulties (AMBDA). She has a practising certificate and clinical expertise in assessment for dyslexia. Amanda is currently undertaking a Doctorate at Bath Spa University focusing on life narratives of people living with dyslexia.

She is a visiting lecturer on modules in the MA SEN Programme.