I am working with a few children throughout the summer holiday period doing one to one tuition. I love this. I love this because in an ideal world, you ask any busy classroom teacher, any teacher would love the opportunity to be able to work one to one with a child for just 15 minutes… Continue reading Dyslexia… To push or not to push… and if we push in which direction should we push?
I have recently started to write a book. Initially I started writing it because I wanted to help my dyslexic son and godson. I wanted to show them they were not alone in this. I wanted to show them that whilst it hurts now they can and would get through it. I wanted to write… Continue reading Dyslexia… The hidden games we dyslexics play!
Hi guys, I have been seriously overwhelmed with how many people have taken the time to view my first post! I think perhaps it really does strike a nerve with lots of people and maybe it’s a topic that many people can relate to because they have experienced it either first hand by being a… Continue reading Dyslexia… 2 sides to every story and underneath the surface.
My name is Jo Rees. I am 36 years old. I live on the Isle of Wight. I have worked in Primary Education for 14 years as a classroom practitioner, SENCO and as a Specialist Dyslexic teacher and Inclusion leader. I lived, blissfully unaware, with undiagnosed dyslexia until I studied for my Post grad and… Continue reading Hello world!