Dyslexic engineer Andrew McQuatt looks back on challenging childhood experiences at school.
Haven’t dyslexic people always lived in isolation, ponders Mike Gordon in the age of covid-19.
July arrived and so did the sun, rain and wind, but no weather could deter from the enthusiasm and talent of the children I had the delight of sharing the Dyslexia workshop with. As the children stepped through the door of The Barefoot Sanctuary into the workshop the energy rose up and excitement and nervesContinue reading “Dyslexia Workshop”
Dyslexia Scotland is thrilled to announce that Trinity College London has selected us to be one of their Arts Award Champion Centres for 2019-20. Arts Award is a set of unique qualifications that support young people up to age 25 to take part in arts activities, learn about the arts and artists, express themselves throughContinue reading “Arts Award Champions!”
Today, we have a guest blog from Oliver at Twinkl. The resources referred to in this blog are free to download. Having your child identified as dyslexic can be a difficult thing to hear as a parent, but even more so for the child in question. Questions about what dyslexia is, what it means forContinue reading “Supporting your dyslexic child”