Parent Concern is a specialist teaching practice first set up by Sara Murawa in 2006.

Sara is a specialist tutor and offers expert bespoke educational advice for children aged between 3-18 years.

Sara teaches from her home in Cheadle, South Manchester which offers a warm, welcoming, relaxed and bright learning environment. She offers long term (one year plus) support and many of her students have been with her for over 3 years, travelling from all over the North West.

Sara’s aim is to encourage and works on each of her pupils individual strengths, supporting them on their learning journey.

In 2013 the pupils from Parent Concern were awarded a special prize, ‘our favourite school entry’ by The Times.

Call Sara on 07939 108682 or email her at to find out more.

Sara in her teaching room

Sara works with children of all abilities offering help with:

  • adopted children,
  • self-esteem,
  • confidence issues,
  • anxiety,
  • ASD,
  • ADHD,
  • dyspraxia,
  • dyslexia,
  • dysgraphia,
  • speech and language difficulties,
  • delayed speech and communication,
  • concentration problems,
  • developmental delay.

Sara also sees children that:

  • require extra support in school,
  • have additional needs,
  • SEN (special educational needs),
  • have individual educational plans/learning targets.

Sara supports children in the following subjects:

  • reading,
  • phonics,
  • writing,
  • comprehension,
  • creative writing,
  • hand/eye coordination,
  • maths;
  • numeracy,
  • including times tables,
  • sequencing,
  • fractions,
  • division,
  • SATs support,
  • entry level support for senior school children with learning difficulties.