(UK) Primary school makes "all of our classrooms dyslexia-friendly"

Sept 20, 2017, (UK) Altrincham Today: St Vincent’s Primary School recognised for becoming more dyslexia-friendly St Vincent’s Catholic Primary School has been awarded the ‘Dyslexia Aware Quality Mark’ in recognition of the work it has done to make the school more dyslexia-friendly. Project leader Miss Eileen Butler led a number of staff meetings to increase teachers’ understanding of dyslexia and helped to provide practical ideas for teaching and learning along with assemblies, parents’ workshops, meetings with the school’s governors and visits to other schools. … Headteacher Anita Harrop said: “The input of pupils was crucial to this work. Gaining a better knowledge of the challenges faced by pupils with dyslexia allowed us to improve our provision and make all of our classrooms dyslexia-friendly. There was a whole school commitment to this process and staff are incredibly passionate about it.”