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Recognising Dyslexia

Recognising Dyslexia

Dyslexia affects an estimated 15-20% of people, to differing degrees, and is a learning disorder which is categorised by a difficulty with reading and spelling. Individuals, undiagnosed but suffering from dyslexia, generally struggle with a conflict between their...
What Makes a Great Children’s Book

What Makes a Great Children’s Book

Children who take an interest in books at a very young age often go on to become prolific readers in later life. I have often sat in low lighting on the bedroom floor reading away, long after my children have left for the land of nod, engrossed in a wonderful story!...
FUTURE ACADEMIC SUCCESS – PART 1

FUTURE ACADEMIC SUCCESS – PART 1

Heathrow Airport launched a new initiative this month, highlighting the need to encourage Britain’s children to learn a second language. A new survey of over 2,000 UK adults with children under 18, found that kids up and down the country aren’t making the most of the...
6 Ways to beat Anxiety

6 Ways to beat Anxiety

Many of us suffer from varying levels of anxiety at some point in our lives but quite often we fail to recognise the symptoms; stress over work, money or family matters are some of the main things that can turn a little general background worry into a sudden and...