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Dyslexia is a neurological difference which can have a significant impact during education and in everyday life. Dyslexia affects some people mildly and others severely, and it can co-occur with other specific learning difficulties. It usually runs in families and is a life-long condition. It can affect, for example, the ability to process and remember information, reading and writing skills, and organisational skills. For more information, please see this video:

Support for Children

The British Dyslexia Association have a wealth of resources on how to support a child with Dyslexia. You can view these here: Child - British Dyslexia Association (

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