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Looking for schools to trial a new program for the academic year 2016-2017 

I would like to introduce what I believe to be an important project that I am spearheading.

For over 20 years both in the UK and Israel, I have worked with a unique neurodevelopmental therapeutic program (C.Q.T – Coordination Quality Therapy) that combines elements from Occupational Therapy, Physiotherapy and Martial Arts in order to maximise children’s learning ability and prepare them for academic pressure.

Over the past seven years, I have worked closely with Tamara Nathan, Principal of The Fountain House Learning Centre. I have found Tamara’s work to be of great value and clearly compliments my work in addressing various learning difficulties.

After more than a year of ‘brain storming’ various techniques in both our methods, Tamara and I now believe that we have found a solid formula that include maximum result with very little input using various exercises that take only a few minutes a day.

In 2000, Tamara Nathan opened The Fountain House Learning Centre in Stanmore where she offered specialised remedial teaching and various forms of neurodevelopmental therapy. Since that time, she has had centres in Edgware and Highgate, and a clinic in Harley Street.

Tamara is now established in Elstree Village and she is throwing a small party to celebrate this move and to introduce a piece of research that we intend to conduct during the academic year 2016-7.

I have enclosed an invitation to our celebration and do hope that you will be able to join us so that we can meet personally.   If you are interested in learning more about our work, please visit our websites;  www.thefha.co.uk  &  www.myromkahaner.com

Some 8 years ago Tamara piloted a trial program for schools in order to ascertain whether it was possible to instigate a simple movement program that would not in any way disrupt the normal course of the school day but would enhance the underlying skills required for academic success across the curriculum.  The trial was successful with some huge gains. 
 

Tamara and I have now partnered in order to include the areas that were not appropriate for classroom activity and which target numeracy in addition to literacy; such as gross motor skills and spatial awareness.

Most importantly the program is simple and easily instigated. It will take less than 10 minutes a day. Teachers and teaching assistants can be easily trained to administer the activities. Tamara and I are also happy to adapt the program to fit the school day.

There will be no cost to the school and the initial training would take no more than perhaps an hour. There will also be a check-up visit each term and support if required.

We very much hope that you are interested in this project and ask that you contact us should this be the case.

 

Yours sincerely,

Myrom Kahaner & Tamara Nathan