Events

To celebrate Dyslexia Awareness Week 1​st​ to 7​th​ October,

Dyslexia House Association presented an evening with the author, Joe Beech 

Joe gave his unique understanding of dyslexia from both sides at 
Sir Joseph Williamson's Mathematical School  Rochester, Kent, ME1 3EL. Joe was diagnosed at 8 years old with both dyslexia and dyspraxia. He survived school,  went onto sixth form and then university to study to be teacher. He became an  author and taught science at Dartford Grammar School. 'Not bad' for a dyslexic and proof that everyone can  achieve, and that a diagnosis of dyslexia is not the end of the world.

CONGRATULATIONS !

Thank you all for your lovely entries to the “Positive about Dyslexia” competition. The judges have now made their decisions.

The prize winners are:

Under 16’s  : Iris Hehir (age 9)

Adults:

Sam Rapp (Written category) for poem “Dyslexic I am”

John Dove (Art category) for poster.

 Commendations:

Monty Vick

Chris Brown

The prizes of Kindle Fires will be presented at our AGM by Helen Boden, CEO of the British Dyslexia Association.

 

All Dyslexia House Events take place at the Sir Joseph Williamson's Mathematical School Maidstone Road Rochester.

"Assessments"

A talk on "Assessments" Speaker Sarah Meredith took place on 23rd November 2017.

"Assessments and Assessing : Your Questions Answered" 

At the Sir Joseph Williamson's Mathematical School.

" Neurodiversity and Dyslexia"

A very informative talk by Kate Saunders the CEO of the British Dyslexia Association took place on the 13th June 2017 at the Maths school.

Drop-in at Hemstead Library on World Dyslexia Day 5th October from 10am to 4pm.

Dyslexia House AGM July 2017
Some of the members who attended the AGM and BBQ

British Dyslexia Association Webinars

The British Dyslexia Association are holding some excellent webinars go to this page of their website for more details.

BDA Webinares

British Dyslexia Association Conferences

Click here for details

British Dyslexia Association Courses for Primary Teachers and TAs

British Dyslexia Association Courses for primary teachers and teaching assistants.
The courses include a range of topics, screening for dyslexia, practical solutions for dyslexia and dyscalculia

Booking forms can be found on the BDA website

Details of these courses can be found on the British Dyslexia website - Training Page Click here

British Dyslexia Association Courses for Secondary Teachers and TAs

British Dyslexia Association Courses for secondary teachers and teaching assistants.
The courses include a range of topics , screening for dyslexia, practical solutions for dyslexia and dyscalculia

Booking forms can be found on the BDA website

Details of these courses can be found on the British Dyslexia website - Training Page Click here

British Dyslexia Association Courses for Teachers Working in Further Education.

How to Support Post 16 Students with Dyslexia. The courses cover Practical Solutions for Dyslexia and Screening for Dyslexia as well as Dyscalculia

Details of these courses can be found on the British Dyslexia website - Training Page Click here

British Dyslexia Association Courses for Teachers Working in Higher Education.

How to Support Post 18 Students with Dyslexia. The courses cover Practical Solutions for Dyslexia and Screening for Dyslexia as well as Dyscalculia

Details of these courses can be found on the British Dyslexia website - Training Page Click here

British Dyslexia Association Employers' Courses

How to be a Dyslexia Friendly Employer. The courses cover, Understanding Dyslexia, Making Reasonable Adjustments for Dyslexia and Screening for Dyslexia as well as Workplace Assessors Programme.

Click here for training services

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