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Updated for 2023 University can be an exciting time for anyone, but it can also be daunting, especially for those with dyslexia. Adapting to the expectations of independent study, self-management, and increased reading

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The GCSEs are a challenging set of exams that require a lot of hard work, dedication, and focus. For students who are dyslexic, however, the challenges can be even greater. Dyslexia is a

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Updated for 2023 Starting university can be a stressful and anxiety-inducing time for all students, especially those with dyslexia. While dyslexia is considered more of a learning difference than a disability, it is

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When studying for A levels or university, there is a large amount of written material that needs to be read and comprehended, including textbooks, journals, papers, and lecture notes. This can be overwhelming,

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Updated for 2023 As GCSE results are announced this week, many students may find themselves disappointed with their grades, particularly if they have dyslexia. Dyslexia is a learning difficulty that affects a person's

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Learning to drive and gaining a driving licence has become a modern rite of passage to adulthood. A driving licence is not only seen as an essential skills for many jobs, but also

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Learning to drive and gaining a driving licence has become a modern rite of passage to adulthood. A driving licence is not only seen as an essential skills for many jobs, but also

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This blog explores maths learning difficulties including maths anxiety and dyscalculia. Maths anxiety and dyscalculia are two related but distinct conditions that can affect individuals' ability to learn and perform mathematical tasks. Maths

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Sometimes when writing essays, assignments or answers in an exam, we know what we want to say, but just don’t know the words to get started. Other times we might want some connective

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Updated for 2023 Transitions are an anxious time for both parents and children. They are high stakes, emotive times that are particularly stressful when a child has a specials educational need such as