Sutton Coldfield Revamp
Staff and students at Dyslexia Action’s Sutton Coldfield Learning Centre are celebrating their newly redecorated facilities thanks to a donation from Sutton Coldfield Charitable Trust.
People often ask what is the best font to use for people with dyslexia. But that is the wrong question. Research shows that fonts matter relatively little, although Sans Serif fonts like Arial are slightly better for people with dyslexia than others.
You can do much more to make your texts dyslexia-friendly with two simple adjustments that don’t require you to install anything on your computer.
Government plans to focus on children struggling to learn
Dyslexia Action is welcoming Government plans to introduce a ‘targeted’ package of support to ensure pupils who struggle with learning are better supported by teachers when they transfer to secondary schools.
Supporting Learners with Neurodiversity
Charities join forces to deliver a DfE funded project to equip the school workforce with the skills to deliver quality teaching and support for pupils with dyslexia and other Specific Learning Difficulties (SpLDs).