What is A Good Education?
Good education is not simply about good teaching - the 'Transmit', as it were, but also about the 'Receive' part of the equation.
Neurologically, are the children at your school firing on all cylinders? Are they able to fully receive and process a good education?
Children who underperform relative to how smart they are typically have underlying neurodevelopmental blockages, which can be treated.
We aim to help as many children as possible, increasing their Learning Receptiveness, so they can perform to the best of their ability, becoming confident, flourishing students for life.
To that end, we are keen to share our expertise with schools, working in partnership to maximise the results we achieve as part of a team.
Benefits for Schools:
Improved performance for children who are struggling
Reduced burden for teachers – less disruption and better concentration in class
Reduced distraction to other children
Happier, healthier, more emotionally resilient children
Gold standard approach to education - Transmit + Learning Receptiveness.
We recommend regular screenings at schools, to assess each year group for any retained reflexes, or underlying auditory difficulties which could be undermining a child's ability to process what they are taught. (Ideally, this should happen in year 2).
By prior arrangement, Key Clinic practitioners can visit schools to carry out Neurodevelopmental and Auditory screenings, which will allow us to flag up any underlying causes of difficulties.
We are also able to then carry out treatment programmes within schools, over a 2 week period, which saves parents from the difficulty of having to travel to and from the clinic very often to access out therapies.
Together, we can achieve game changing results.
“When Laura comes back from school, she actually asks how I am doing! She has never done that before as she was always struggling so much at school. It’s incredible!” The Key Clinic has made a real difference and Laura can really feel a difference in herself. I cannot believe that in such a short space of time, it has had such a dramatic difference.”
— WEST BERKSHIRE MOTHER, 2017