PARENTS & TEACHERS
HOW CAN I HELP A STUDENT WITH DYSLEXIA?
We encourage parents to send a copy of the student's psychological report to the school to keep the school and the teacher informed of the assessment findings. This report usually includes some recommendations for the teachers on how to help the student.
How should I teach a dyslexic child?
Obviously, it is difficult to focus on one child in a class of 40, but the advantage of teaching classes in a dyslexic friendly manner is that the whole class can benefit.
Some useful tips for teaching dyslexics can be found in the links below*:
General advice for teachers working with dyslexics*
Tips for teachers in the classroom*
Teaching dyslexics in Primary Schools*
Teaching dyslexics in Secondary Schools*
Learning advice for children in exams*
Building phonological awareness at home*
*The links are currently unavailable and will be updated shortly.