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October SENeXtra now available FREE online!

Hello, and welcome to the October Newsletter Click here to read SENeXtra FREE Foreign language learning for SEN children : Why it's so importantMalala Yousafzai champions...

The ups and downs of dyslexia

Arran Smith reflects, from personal experience, on the frustrations and positives experienced by those with dyslexia. According to the British Dyslexia Association (BDA) there is an...

Time to stop playing the name game?

Dr Jamie Galpin considers the issues around diagnosis, labels and being ‘normal’. Debates around the validity of diagnoses are not new, and few diagnoses have been...

Book review: Dyslexia and Success: The Winning Formulas

The author of this book is on a mission to get a copy into every state secondary school, sixth form college and young offenders’...

Extra spacing can boost children’s reading speed

A new study finds significant benefits for both dyslexic and non-dyslexic children, by Anglia Ruskin University. A new study has found that a child’s reading...

School attendance difficulties

Jannine Perryman and Louise Parker Engels explore the issues surrounding school attendance difficulties and persistent absence. The end of school holidays brings mixed feelings, whilst...

Book review: Observational Drawing for Students with Dyslexia: Strategies, Tips and...

Qona Rankin is Dyslexia Coordinator at the Royal College of Art and delivers specifically designed drawing workshops with Howard Riley, who is Professor Emeritus,...

24-year-old karting entrepreneur urges employers to think differently when it comes...

The 24-year-old founder of five successful motorsports businesses is calling on businesses to think differently when it comes to employment, to open the door...

Mainstream education should cater to all

Steve Proctor, head of sixth form at MOAT school, discusses the many upsides to inclusive teaching in mainstream schools.  When working with pupils with dyslexia,...

Strategies for supporting Dyslexia

Katie Moylan discusses a number of strategies you can use to support those in your classroom who have dyslexia. How do you currently accommodate the...

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