of Bexley Bromley Greenwich & Lewisham
Helping dyslexic people of all ages by providing information and support
Support for home learners
The Department of Education have published a list of online educational resources to help children to learn at home. These websites have been identified by some of the country’s leading educational experts and offer a wide range of support and resources for pupils of all ages, including those with Special educational needs and disabilities (SEND).
They are currently being offered for free, and although they are not intended to replace a school's curriculum, parents may find them useful to support their children’s education.
Lockdown Learning from the BBC
The BBC is bringing hundreds of educational resources together to help with home-schooling. Available on TV, online and social media.
The Wiltshire Dyslexia Association have prepared a special newsletter to assist dyslexics with home learning/working.
"Thank you for listening to me and not treating me like a crazy woman."
Mother of 9 year old girl
"I would like to say how much I really appreciate what you did for me, helping sort out the school, and getting me into college and setting me in the right direction. I doubt very much that I would be in the same situation I am in now without all the support you gave my parents and me."
Man in his early twenties
The census is a national survey carried out every decade to create a complete picture of the nation. This year, Census Day is Sunday 21 March. By taking part, you can help to inform decisions on services that shape your community, such as schools, doctors’ surgeries and bike lanes.
You'll get a letter in the post with an access code and instructions on how to complete the census online, although paper questionnaires will be available for those who want them.
Field staff employed by the Office for National Statistics will be contacting households directly that do not respond to the census, but no one will ever ask for payment to help anyone fill in their questionnaire.
Would you like to have a role in our friendly helpline? Excellent training and mentoring will be given, but a knowledge of dyslexia and the education system would be an advantage.
Please see our Volunteering page for more details.
0300 999 1800 (Helpline)
07762 265 827 (Adult Helpline)
Community House, South Street, Bromley, Kent BR1 1RH
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