About Us

 

Company Bio

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Spark Learning was founded by Natasha Gray in 2008 in Barbados. Natasha lived in Florida for over 10 years and decided to return to Barbados and continue working with children with learning disabilities. After relocating she noticed that a high percentage of children were unable to read, undiagnosed and struggling in school with very little support. 

Accomplishments

14

Years Of
Experience

1500
Persons Served

4

Countries
Impacted

 

At The Core We Aim To

1. Support learning for all
 

2. Be an advocate
 

3. Be a facilitator of excellence

4. Create a safe space
 

5. Embrace differences
 

6. Inspire growth
 

7. Share knowledge

Our Vision

To provide equal footing for all learning styles, and to remove disadvantages associated with disabilities.

Our Mission

Quite simply, our mission is to change the way persons with learning disabilities are viewed and taught.

As a company we strive to advocate for inclusive education. We are committed to helping all children achieve their true academic potential. 

It is our responsibility to speak on behalf of those who cannot speak for themselves. As such, as a team we strive to educate parents, teachers and the general public that children with learning disabilities are intelligent; they simply learn differently.

It is our goal to help children reach their full potential. However, we also have a role to play in helping our team members, educational partners and peers achieve excellence as well. 

To help children achieve their full potential, it is paramount that we create a welcoming inclusive environment. Not only in our physical space but also our personalities, our words, our actions and our attitudes. 

Children learn differently and as an advocate and facilitator of excellence, we must practice what we preach and embrace the different learning styles, abilities and personalities of our students. 

As we help our students unlock their potential we must be inspirational agents in their lives. We must help them to grow as students and as individuals. 

It is our job to impart knowledge to our students but we must also endeavour to share knowledge with our team members, peers and the general public.

Our Founder

Natasha Gray is an educational consultant with particular experience in Learning Disabilities (LD) specifically in dyslexia. Natasha provides diagnostic assessments and Access Arrangements for many private schools as well as SEN support for both government and private schools in Barbados, Jamaica, St. Vincent and Trinidad and Tobago.

 

A seasoned and innovative educational professional, Natasha over the past decade has used her skills to offer a path to academic success for more than a thousand children who were formerly unable to read, went undiagnosed, and struggled in school with very little support. Natasha is very passionate about the difficulties and challenges children and adults struggle with, pertaining to reading, spelling and writing.

Natasha C. Gray, M.Ed.
Learning Disabilities Specialist,
Registered, British Psychological Society 398326

Founder, Spark Learning

 

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Dr. Lisa Visits Barbados!

Just Another Day At The Office! Dr. Lisa surprises with a visit to us in Barbados.

The Spark Learning Team
Dyslexia Experience

Dyslexia Experience

Dyslexia Experience

Dyslexia Experience

Dyslexia Experience

Dyslexia Experience

Dyslexia Experience

Dyslexia Experience

Opening of The Pine Resource Center

Participating in the opening of the Pine Resource Center.

Opening of The Pine Resource Center

Participating in the opening of the Pine Resource Center.

Opening of The Pine Resource Center

Participating in the opening of the Pine Resource Center.

Opening of The Pine Resource Center

Participating in the opening of the Pine Resource Center.

Opening of The Pine Resource Center

Participating in the opening of the Pine Resource Center.

Participating in the opening of the Pine Resource Center.

One On One Session With Parents

One On One Session With Parents

Child's Work

Progress from one of our children.