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The Role of Mental Imagery in Learning, for Dyslexia and ADHD

I am delighted to be running a webinar for The Bell House on Monday 28th September 2020, 7pm. Find out more about how to Alleviate and prevent much of the confusion that threatens to overwhelm students with dyslexia and / … Continue reading

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The Guardian piece on Dyslexia Wars 16.9.2020

Children are not discovering an essential skill for learning. In response to the piece, on Dyslexia Wars in the Guardian on 19.6.2020, there is still no appreciation that not all children learn in the same way.   Bright, creative, imaginative children … Continue reading

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Recover your Energy for FREE

Has Covid-19 left you feeling exhausted and drained of energy? Some people may just be exhausted as a result of the lock-down. These recordings may really help you. Recover your energy was originally written for those with Chronic Fatigue or … Continue reading

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School’s Out……

I had the pleasure of meeting Naomi Fisher on-line at a recent conference entitled “Freedom to Learn 2020”. Her presentation was fascinating, considering the arguments and research for self-directed education. Much of what she said is covered in this article … Continue reading

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What is Grounding, why is it so important and what’s the connection with Learning and breathing

Listen to this brief 20 mins recording: https://youtu.be/TQ7xB8Mgn08 Grounding is something that many people don’t know about and why it is so important for learning and so much more. This session will explain what grounding is, in answer to those … Continue reading

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Would you like your child to really enjoy reading?

Do you have a bookworm in the house? This child is just loving completing a David Walliams book in 24 hours. We know that children who are fluent readers like this have: * mastered holding thousands of words in their … Continue reading

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A reformed Dyslexic – growing up in the dark

Reprinted from Chapter 2: The Elephants in the Classroom – uncovering every student’s natural power of mental imagery to enhance learning My real passion is to alleviate and prevent much of the confusion that threatens to overwhelm students. Teachers and … Continue reading

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Breakthrough Literacy – any child can use this simple skill

In minutes you will practice how to visualise words and switch the light bulb on in your brain for fluent reading and spelling. If you are struggling with spelling or reading at home, visualising words is fun and aids concentration, … Continue reading

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Home education for literacy made easy

Word recognition is necessary for fluent reading.  But with an emphasis on phonics ONLY, word recognition is left either left to chance or not being taught well in school.  One of the first words you can be expected to read … Continue reading

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Dispatch those reading gremlins

Reading for fun in 30 mins and 10 seconds is on the Active in Redbourn, facebook page this Thursday at 11am. Symon Vegro, a local author, is talking to Olive Hickmott about *Motivation to read*The simple and natural techniques to … Continue reading

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