Director: Phillip Baldock M.Ed., B.Ed, COGE.
Qualified Special Education Teacher, Learning Coach, Mentor and Tutor.
Phillip Baldock is a highly qualified special education therapist with a lifetime experience in school and home settings and is a parent of two boys.
He works collaboratively with parents, teachers, and clinicians to achieve personal and educational goals for his clients.
Phillip supervises a team of highly qualified tutors from across the Sydney metropolitan area, tutors are encouraged to use a multidisciplinary approach of best practice when engaging with clients.
Tutors employed by Small Steps Learning come from a wide range of academic backgrounds including psychology, speech pathology, occupational therapy, and teaching. This combination of tutors enables resourceful sharing of information to create unique learning routines for each client.
Students living their best life.
We assist students to take small steps towards big outcomes.
Certification of Gifted Education
Education/Teaching of the
Gifted & Talented
Master of Education
Special Education & Teaching - K-10
- Multlit tutor
- THRASS tutor
- COGMED coach
Bachelor of Education (BEd)
Education - K-6
'We have a huge amount of admiration and gratitude for the care Phil takes in tutoring our daughter. He customises the work to suit her exact needs and teaches her in a way that she can absorb the information. He has taken the time to understand our daughter and set realistic and helpful goals. Phil is wonderful at growing with us and we see him as a major part of our daughter's education.
Seeing Phil is always the best part of her day.'
“Small Steps Learning has helped my son to engage with School again after a period of missing school. The tutors are respectful, patient and supportive and have helped him to be more confident in his abilities. The sessions start with setting of goals and ends with a review from tutor and student. The one-on-one face-to-face session format in the comfort of our home have been a success for our child”
"To connect with a 13 year old is harder than university level quantum physics. But to connect, build trust and engage is what makes Phil truly unique. A super nice guy that has not only helped our child immensely but become a regular familiar friend around our living room on Saturday mornings"