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‘I didn’t know my daughter had dyslexia.’ A mother and SENCO’s story.

Jacqui Webber-Gant

Author Jacqui Webber-Gant

Date 22nd Oct 2018

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In our last blog we met Hannah, a highly accomplished graduate who received a late diagnosis of dyslexia. In fact, she was screened while studying for a post-graduate medical degree. Hannah gre...

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My dyslexia diagnosis. Hannah's Story

Hannah's story

Author Jacqui Webber-Gant

Date 4th Oct 2018

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What comes to mind when you hear the word dyslexia? Mixing up the letters b and d? Reading and spelling problems? Perhaps you think of famous dyslexics, like Richard Branson, Keira Knightley and Jamie...

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Attachment and Trauma: Five things everyone should know

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Rod Markham

Author Rod Markham

Date 13th Sep 2018

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Attachment relationships are critical to a young child’s development and attachment theory is essential in helping us to understand the way children perceive the world and form relationships with othe...

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Best Practices for Communication

Speech Language Communication Needs
Jacqui Webber-Gant

Author Jacqui Webber-Gant

Date 10th May 2018

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Here at OLT our goal is to empower teachers, teaching assistants, and all those working with children with SEND, to improve learner outcomes. While our courses are the most effective way to do that, w...

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What makes great teaching?

What makes great teaching

Author Anita Devi

Date 27th Mar 2018

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How many teachers and leaders are aware of the research report ‘What makes great teaching?’, published by The Sutton Trust? We’re going to take a look at the report’s key findings and consider thei...

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What is meant by reasonable adjustment?

Classroom of kids with hands up.
Gwyneth McCormack

Author Gwyneth McCormack

Date 23rd Mar 2018

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“Include me, please.” The student squinted as she peered at the board trying to copy her homework. She looked around the classroom and shrank a little further into her seat. Everyone else was busy ...

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