Category: dyslexia

Review- EIGER Standing Desks

It’s not often that you come away from a conversation with someone having gained a whole new perspective on something. But this is exactly what happened to me the other week when I met Nick White for a coffee on Zoom. Nick is Managing Director and Founder of […]

Book Bingo- Summer Holiday Activity

I’ve spoken to lots of people over the last week about their concerns of how to maintain reading progress over the summer holidays. And rightly so, practising reading is really important and children can make wonderful progress by reading every day (even just small amounts) If your child […]

Reader Pen- Review and Giveaway

This week I’ve been busy trialling an absolutely brilliant resource, the Reader Pen by Scanning Pens Ltd. And I’m very excited to announce that we have teamed up to do a Giveaway where one lucky person/school can win their very own Reader Pen! You can enter on either […]

Review: Fish in a Tree

This weekend I’ve been reading a brilliant chapter book for children called Fish in a Tree. A wonderful book to help children in particular with dyslexia and/ other Special Educational Needs feel empowered. Fish in a Tree is about a girl who has moved schools many times and […]