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Early years literacy in the spotlight

The National Literacy Trust is to launch a new research project into literacy in the early years. The aim is to better understand literacy...

October deadline for phonics match-funding

Schools have until October 2013 to take advantage of the Government’s programme of match funding for approved systematic synthetic phonics products and training. In addition...

England climbs up reading tables

England has moved up the international league table for teaching reading. The Programme of International Reading Literacy Study (PIRLS), the international comparison of reading...

Adult dyslexia forty years on

The British Dyslexia Association (BDA) has published a report examining progress on issues facing adults with dyslexia over the past four decades. Produced to...

Dyslexics, know your brain

Dyslexics need to understand how their brain works differently, if they are to fulfil their potential, says Patrick Wilson 

A decade of change

Gill Budgell looks at how SEN publishers are adapting to embrace new technologies and meet changing educational demands

Dyslexia/SpLD resource for schools

A free online resource has been developed to help education professionals understand the skills and knowledge they need to support those with dyslexia and...

Early birds catch the words

Ruth Miskin looks at what schools need to do to ensure children both learn to read and keep reading

Campaign for mandatory dyslexia teaching

A video campaign promoting mandatory dyslexia training for new teachers has been launched by the British Dyslexia Association (BDA). Teach Dyslexic Britain highlights problems caused...

Charity launches online Spellathon

The charity Mencap has announced what it is calling the world’s first ever inclusive English language digital Spellathon Championships. Taking place from 21 to...