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Our Cadmus Inclusive Team


Beccie Hawes, CEO

BA (hons) QTS, MEd (Inclusion and Diversity in Education), PG Cert (SpLD – dyslexia and Professional Studies – SENCo), AMBDA





Beccie has worked in all aspects of Special Educational Needs including mainstream, additionally resourced provision and specialist settings. She has extensive experience as a SENCo, Inclusion Manager, Lead Local Authority Advisory SEND Teacher and as Head of a SEND specific support service. Beccie remains very ‘hands on’ in the classroom and is passionate about being at the chalk face to support teachers and children in order to practice what she preaches. She is the author of  'Unlicking Inclusion', ‘The Complete Dyslexia Toolkit’, ‘SEND: The Things and the Stuff’ and co-author of ‘Getting it Right for SEND’ and ‘How to Create the Perfect Partnership with Parents’. Beccie also writes the national Ebriefing: SEND Bitesize and frequently blogs. She has also developed a number of educational resources to support learners with special educational needs. Beccie is especially passionate about celebrating learning differences. Her practice is neuro-affirming. She strives to support schools to think differently to improve classroom teaching to ensure that every pupil has the chance to shine. Beccie is a mum/step-mum to four fantastic boys and Harry and Lola her family's dogs.


To contact Beccie please email or call:


Tel: 07983 773614



Emma Yates, Deputy Head of Service

BEd (Hons), QTS, NASENCo


Emma has over twenty years experience of teaching and supporting children and young people with special educational needs. She has particular expertise in supporting social, emotional and mental health needs. Whilst based in school, Emma has worked in senior leadership roles and has set up specialist provisions for children with complex learning and emotional needs. Emma is passionate about inclusion and reflects this strongly in her neuro-affirming approaches. She has led multi-disciplinary teams to deliver fantastic outcomes for the children in her care. Emma has written and led many training courses and continues to explore innovative and creative ways to provide alternative ways to learn. Outside of work, Emma seeks adventure. She climbs mountains and relishes the opportunity to travel. 

Harry Bear Hawes


Senior Support Dog


Harry is a Labradoodle who comes into schools to offer cuddles and time to talk to the children and young people that we work with. He likes treats, belly rubs and long walks.



Lola Tinkerbell Hawes 


Apprentice Support Dog


Lola is Harry's apprentice. She is working hard to learn to offer support to the children that we work with. She likes creating mischief!