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Dyslexia Centre

 ‘The Dyslexia Centre gives outstanding support and guidance to all teachers in the support of pupils with specific learning difficulties and this enables the school to teach these pupils within the mainstream classes. The Centre has developed an outstanding external reputation and now trains teachers throughout the authority and beyond.’ (Ofsted November 2014.)

 

We believe that every child with dyslexia deserves to reach their potential and to discover and enjoy their talents. With our support children are given the best chance to overcome the challenges they face, together we find the strategies that will help them become fully independent learners enabling them to access the curriculum, articulate and express their ideas.

Did you know, Mark Sherin, the Manager of the Lyndhurst Dyslexia Centre, is involved as an advisor in developing the ‘train the trainers’ materials/ Department for Education (DfE)-funded project for the British Dyslexia Association (BDA).

 

The DfE-funded project

There are now 45 events organised around the country, offering free places to teachers to train two teachers per school in Awareness of Dyslexia and other Specific Learning Difficulties (SpLD).

 

These teachers commit to cascading the materials to their colleagues. Each venue will hold 200 delegates.

 

There are separate events for primary, secondary and post 16 providers (including FE and apprenticeship providers).

 

Further information can be found at: http://www.bdadyslexia.org.uk/events/view/name/train-the-trainer-events-free and venue/dates lists and booking at: http://neurodiversitytraining.eventbrite.com/

 

Competition Time! 

Dyslexia Awareness Week (DAW) Competition 2016

The BDA invites entries for our annual Dyslexia Awareness Week competition.This competition is only open to individuals with dyslexia.

 

There are two categories this year:

Artists (including photography and graphic design):
Age Categories: 5-11 years, 12-17 years, and 18+

Writers (including fiction, non-fiction and poetry):
Age Categories: 5-11 years, 12-17 years, and 18+


The theme for 2016 is the Identification of Dyslexia.

We would like entrants to interpret the theme in their own way. This year we are restricting the size of entries (to A5) and all entries must be submitted on the template, which can be found on our website by clicking here or within the DAW Resource Packs.

 

For further details on the competition and how to enter please click here.

 

Please send your entries to:
DAW Competition 2016, BDA, Unit 8, Bracknell Beeches, Old Bracknell Lane,
Bracknell, RG12 7BW.
Deadline for entries is September 30, 2016.


A panel of judges will select the winner for each category. Please note, we are unable to accept photos of entries therefore all must be submitted as originals, by post. If you wish for your entry to be returned to you afterwards, please make sure to include your name and address on the back of the entry.

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