As part of the Bookville Festival for Families and Children, there will be a free storytelling session with author and illustrator,Tom Mc Laughlin. Tom’s sessions includes live drawing demos, story telling as well as talking about how he overcame dyslexia at school in order to become an author and how it helped inspire his book … Continue reading Bookville Festival for Families & Children
We are hiring tutors for our new term starting September 2021. Qualified Primary and Secondary teachers who have successfully completed the DAI Dyslexia Training course (or equivalent) would be suitable applicants. Please contact Susan at 0567768941 or email to firstname.lastname@example.org for further details.
In a recent post we shared Wyn Mc Cormack’s guide to accessing digital books. Today, we would like to direct you to a website –helpmykidlearn.ie which was developed by the Department of Education and Skills to improve literacy and numeracy among children. Use the slider on the opening page to select your child’s age and … Continue reading Help my kid learn
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Dyslexia Awareness Week runs from 7-13 October and this year the focus is on schools and businesses empowering people with dyslexia. More than one in ten of us are dyslexic. People with dyslexia have strengths around understanding complex information, seeing the big picture and communicating with others, and contribute to great work at all levels, … Continue reading Dyslexia Awareness Week 2019
It’s hard to believe that this Friday we will be five weeks into the term. We are delighted that all our pupils, 46 in total, have settled in well to the routine and the work. We send a special welcome to the 10 new pupils who are getting their first experience of the workshop and … Continue reading Workshop Update