How can parents help with dyslexic children?

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It seems obvious to state that all children are different and develop at different rates, but it’s something easily forgotten by parents worrying about their child’s progress, especially with reading. If the child’s reading skills are not developing fast enough for the demands and expectations of a rigid curriculum then their general progress in school... Read more »

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Exam time – a wider perspective

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It is the season of stress for many youngsters right now. The SATs are over but many young people are immersed in general school exams, GCSEs, A Levels, end-of-year exams at Uni and Finals. There won’t be a parent who doesn’t want their youngster to do well and achieve. But perhaps in the light of... Read more »

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Why it matters you read to your child

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The pressure on parents is becoming increasingly overwhelming. The balance between trying to give children attention, work effectively, manage family affairs let alone a relationship between parents, can be a juggling match many are familiar with. Add in the pressures of homework and listening to them read each day, and the prospect of reading to... Read more »

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