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Sarah Chapman announced as new BDA Ambassador

29 June 2015

The British Dyslexia Association is thrilled to announce that Sarah Chapman has agreed to come on board as a BDA Ambassador. As a mother of two and proud campaigner of dyslexia awareness among both children and adults, Sarah’s inspirational…

Dyslexia at Work - Free Event

11 June 2015

Dyslexia at Work, a free event for employers, will take place on Monday 22 June 2015, in Victoria, London. We will be looking at live case studies for employers and demonstrating the new screener, DO-IT Profiler. Book your ticket now by visiting…

BDA Statement: Concerns regarding English GCSE exams

5 June 2015

In response to an article released on TES on June 2, 2015, by Adi Bloom, the British Dyslexia Association would like to make the following statement. “The British Dyslexia Association agrees with the concerns raised by Mary Meredith in an article…

The Dyslexia Adult Network (DAN) has arrived!

1 June 2015

DAN has arrived! The Dyslexia Adult Network (DAN) is a new collaboration of major UK dyslexia charities, together with six specialists. We aim to draw attention to the waste of potential arising from lack of awareness and poor support of adults with dyslexia…

London to Brighton Bike Ride - Spaces Available!

14 May 2015

This year, the British Dyslexia Association has ten spaces available for the doitforcharity.com London to Brighton Cycle Ride. The fundraising challenge starts in London and finishes on the Brighton sea front. You will start the challenge from Clapham…

Free Train the Trainer Course

31 March 2015

As part of our Qualcomm Foundation funding, the British Dyslexia Association are pleased to announce a free Train the Trainer course. This one day course is suitable for providers of QTS and PGCE courses wishing to deliver Dyslexia Awareness to their…

Dyslexia Awareness Week 2015

24 March 2015

Dyslexia Awareness Week (DAW) 2015 will be held from October 5-11 in England, Wales and Northern Ireland. In Scotland it will be held from November 2-8. The theme for 2015 has been announced as 'Making Sense of Dyslexia' and will look at how…

World Book Day 2015 - Books for Children

5 March 2015

In celebration of World Book Day 2015, the British Dyslexia Association asked a number of staff in the office to share what their favourite story to read with their children is and why. Hopefully this list will give you a couple of suggestions to try…

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