‘Dyslexia is a learning difference: a combination of strengthsand weaknesses which affects the learning process.’ This means that children who have dyslexia learn in ways that are differentfrom other children.’
Some children with dyslexia may struggle with: Reading, writing, spelling, handwriting and remembering instructions. They may also struggle with organisation, putting ideas down on paper and processing information quickly.
If you have any concerns that your child may be dyslexic please get in touch with your child's class teacher or arrange to speak to the SENDCo, Mr Voisey.
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