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Dyslexia… Through the ages and eyes of a person with dyslexia

Dyslexia… Looking out , through the ages and through the eyes of a person with dyslexia. I am 5 years old. I am smiley and happy and confident. I’m sociable, friendly and keen. I love life, I love school. I think everyone is the same. I love to play with letters and sound them out… Continue reading Dyslexia… Through the ages and eyes of a person with dyslexia

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5 things which make the biggest of differences according to the voice of dyslexic children!

5 things which make the biggest of differences according to the voice of dyslexic children! I leave my job as intervention teacher this week! I’m really sad because I have to leave some very special children who I feel I have made a big difference to, but more importantly I’ll miss them because they have… Continue reading 5 things which make the biggest of differences according to the voice of dyslexic children!

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Dyslexia : The pain of parenting…

  I have talked before about my son and dyslexia but I have been reminded on several occasions this week how dyslexia affects more than just reading and writing and how it spills into everyday life, and how people have no idea of how it impacts on life and how it chips away at confidence… Continue reading Dyslexia : The pain of parenting…

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Dyslexia: Have you been brave today?

As a teacher I spend my life building relationships with my pupils so that I can safely push them to take risks and move their learning forward! I spend my life encouraging pupils to be brave, to take a risk, to put themselves out there… I constantly tell them ‘ It’s doesn’t matter if you… Continue reading Dyslexia: Have you been brave today?