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Cat Robbins - The Sound Teacher

Cat Robbins - The Sound Teacher

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Cat Robbins - The Sound Teacher


The Sound Teacher provides professional support to children, adolescents, and adults. The Sound Teacher works with clients of any age to establish specific developmental, learning, academic or personal challenges, and discuss and plan expectations.

The Sound Teacher works with individuals in a meaningful and engaging way, to provide comprehensive and individualised intervention. The aim is to work towards mastery of skills and talents in the chosen domain - home, school, work and in the wider community.

The Sound Teacher – Additional Tuition Service

The Sound Teacher can offer specialist tuition for individuals who have hearing loss. As a Qualified Teacher of the Deaf (QToD), The Sound Teacher can help with individualised learning programmes and pre-tutoring/post tutoring. The Sound Teacher can support in understanding the implications of hearing loss with the deaf learner, parents and families, teachers, and all involved agencies especially in the context of education.

Certified Professionals

  • Cat
  • Mrs. Cat Robbins

    Practitioner (Level 2)

    Teacher and Teacher of the Deaf
    Areas of application
    Attention, Learning, Speech and language, Emotion regulation, Motor skills and coordination, Autism spectrum disorders, Academic skills
    Client's profile
    Children, Teenagers, Adults, Seniors
    Spoken languages

    Cat Robbins, BA (Hons), PGCE (QTS), PGDip (QToD), Tomatis® Practitioner

    Cat graduated from the University of Kent with a BA (Hons) in Social Policy, and subsequently the University of Surrey Roehampton with a Postgraduate Certificate in Education (PGCE Primary – ICT specialism). She worked as a class teacher for the London Boroughs of Lewisham and Croydon from 2001.

    Cat completed a Postgraduate degree in Education Studies – Hearing Impairment (2014-2016) and worked for the London Borough of Bromley as a Qualified Teacher of the Deaf with secondary school pupils.

    Cat is a Tomatis® Practitioner and combines up-to-date knowledge of the Tomatis® Method of sound and listening therapy with meaningful 1:1 learning and teaching interventions. Cat supports the development of the brain in children, adolescents and adults to refine their learning efficiency and help them express their skills and talents.

    Cat is passionate about the impact of hearing and listening on learning and life.

    Those who are struggling with school and/or life and not getting the help they want elsewhere are invited to get in touch!

    The Sound Teacher is a member of:

    British Society of Audiology (BSA)

    British Association of Teachers of the Deaf (BATOD)     

    National Deaf Children’s Society (NDCS) ‘Professionals’ member

    The Sound Teacher has undertaken the following Covid-19-specific training:

    Registered Place2Be ‘Mental Health Champion’ (2021) –

    Psychological First Aid (PFA) trained (2021) -

    The Sound Teacher subscribes to:

    Deafness and Education International

    The Sound Teacher has:

    Professional Indemnity and Public Liability Insurance with   

    Enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) Check ‘for individuals involved in caring for, training, supervising or sole charge of children or vulnerable adults’



Contact us

Cat Robbins - The Sound Teacher

Practitioner (Level 2)

Mapleton Close
BR2 9DU Bromley South-East London
United Kingdom

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Phone number : 4407985276154

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