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Dyslexia Friendly

Discussion in 'Primary' started by bigbev, Jan 14, 2012.

  1. bigbev

    bigbev New commenter

    I know many schools already have Dyslexia Friendly status. The school I am in are at the very start of this journey but despite this I am still expected to be dyslexia friendly in my classroom. I know the basics from other schools I have worked in but I am sure I missing things!
    Does anyone have a full list of what is expected in a dyslexia friendly classroom?
    Thank you in advance.
     
  2. bigbev

    bigbev New commenter

    I know many schools already have Dyslexia Friendly status. The school I am in are at the very start of this journey but despite this I am still expected to be dyslexia friendly in my classroom. I know the basics from other schools I have worked in but I am sure I missing things!
    Does anyone have a full list of what is expected in a dyslexia friendly classroom?
    Thank you in advance.
     
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