Why We Still Need to Talk About Dyslexia

Teachers are on the front line of recognising dyslexia in children. A learning disability that is not outgrown, dyslexia tends to be most often spotted in the classroom, from children as young as three years old. Sometimes it’s not caught at all, so having the right training and support for teachers is vital. Knowing the symptoms of dyslexia, the different […]

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Are apprenticeships the way forward? Helping pupils into the workplace

There’s a lot to balance when you’re a teacher – managing your students’ coursework, teaching everything from the way cells work to conjugating French verbs, and prepping for exams. But what about after they leave school? It’s increasingly important to make sure that students are well-equipped for life outside the classroom. That means with the necessary skills that they need […]

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