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Dyslexia and me: Vic’s Story

Monday 7 October 2019

Guest Post

There’s a dangerous myth surrounding dyslexia; to those less informed, dyslexia can be falsely viewed as an impenetrable barrier to academic success. Whilst it’s true that dyslexia can slow learning, with the right environment, support and attitudes, there’s no reason a person who is dyslexic cannot achieve just as much as any other person.

Dyslexia Creates 2019 redefines dyslexia in collaboration with V&A

Friday 27 September 2019

Events

On Thursday 26 September, Dyslexia Creates 2019 took over the V&A’s Lydia and Manfred Gorvy Lecture Theatre to explore the create power of dyslexia and how to increase its contribution to the UK.

Exclusive: Teachers forced to pay for dyslexia training

Friday 20 September 2019

News

Cuts in support for pupils with dyslexia have put teachers under pressure to self-fund training courses, warns charity.

Survey: your experience in tax return writing

Thursday 19 September 2019

Guest Post

The British Dyslexia Association is partnering with Exchequer Accountancy to look at how tax returns could be simpler.

Overcoming GCSE maths

Thursday 19 September 2019

News

During a recent helpline call, one mother shared the story of how she helped her daughter overcome GCSE maths despite the odds.

Why dyslexia training is important to anyone working in education and training

Friday 13 September 2019

News

The importance of high quality professional development in relation to the development of inclusive educational practise has been identified in numerous pieces of research. But with budgets tighter than ever its easy to forget how invaluable quality CPD is.

National Audit Office publishes report into SEND funding

Friday 13 September 2019

News

The National Audit Office – which reports into the House of Commons Public Accounts Committee and looks at whether government is getting the best returns on spending – has published a wide ranging review of SEND funding.

British Dyslexia Association submits evidence to cross-party Future Perfect Education Commission

Wednesday 11 September 2019

News

The Future Perfect Education Commission is looking at what education could be with wholesale reform.