Supporting a Key Stage 1 pupil, 9 hours a week in term time, you will enable this child to grow in confidence and ability. Ideally you will have experience working with a child who is dyslexic. You will have excellent interpersonal and organisational skills. A warm personality is essential.
Saturday 25 March, 2017 at Frensham Heights School
Helen Arkell Presents... Rhona Stainthorp "Learning to write; it takes longer than we think." This talk will cover the key aspects of writing, including; spelling, punctuation grammar, handwriting and does it make sense for primary and secondary levels.
We are looking for a tech savvy, self-confident and adventurous person to help, to inspire and work with a severely dyslexic 14 year old boy, through his Year 9 classes/through home tutoring by encouraging him to embrace technology and other tools, to work independently, and to enable him to read.
Are you committed to making a difference to the lives of others? Do you have a professional interest in multi-sensory learning environments / assistive technology? Are you looking for a fresh opportunity to develop your practice and support adult learners facing challenging circumstances?
The Westminster AchieveAbility Commission on dyslexia & neurodivergence will investigate the barriers to employment and identify recruitment processes that disadvantage neurodivergent people.
In this film, which covers examples of both innovative supports and traditional barriers at work, Meseret Kumculchew describes the impact of dyslexia, her experience at work and the treatment she received from her employer, which led to her claim for disability discrimination.