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Dyslexia Information

Dyslexia Information

As a Dyslexia school, we will provide quality teaching, differentiated as needed.  We will identify and respond to unexpected difficulties, actively working to include all students so they can achieve in all areas of learning.

 

We feel that more children are successful when taught using dyslexia friendly teaching methods.  By teaching in this way, we aim to make our teaching and learning fully accessible to all students.  We will try and discover how each student learns best and we will use a variety of multisensory activities including practical activities ICT, using eyes, ear, speech, fingers, to stimulate learning.

 

We will use different methods of recording in all areas of the curriculum such as pictures, Dictaphones, photographs of activities and practical outcomes so that students are not always using writing.

 

We aim to enable to use their strengths for learning while developing the areas they find more difficult.

Parent Champions

 

The Dyslexia-SpLD Trust supports parents across the UK. The Trust supports parents and carers of children with dyslexia and specific learning difficulties through the expertise of their partner organisations. Collectively they have a wealth of expertise; they are Dyslexia Action, The British Dyslexia Association, Springboard for Children and Helen Arkell Dyslexia Centre.

 

Please follow the link below for more information.

The British Dyslexia Association

 

The British Dyslexia Association (BDA) campaigns for a dyslexia friendly society where barriers to dyslexic people do not exist. The BDA works to ensure that ALL people with dyslexia fulfil their potential. To achieve this we need to create change, set standards and support and enable people. It is the voice of dyslexic people; it listens to their views, represents their agendas and presses for long lasting sustainable change.

 

Email:  helpline@bdadyslexia.org.uk

 

Telephone:  0333 4054567

  • Made By Dyslexia A global charity led by successful (and famous) dyslexics. Their purpose is to help the world properly understand and support dyslexia.

Parent Tips on Dyslexia

See dyslexia differently with intro by Dom Wood

This is a special version of the See dyslexia differently animation for schools with an introduction by Dom Wood (TV presenter and entertainer). Supporting teaching materials can be found on the BDA website: http://www.bdadyslexia.org.uk/educator/additional-resources-for-educators This animation seeks to preempt misconceptions among young audiences by shedding light on the real challenges dyslexic children face whilst also acknowledging their strengths and potential.

  • Dyslexia in Action Guide to help parents and carers navigate the changes in special education needs and disability provision

 

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