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This month’s on-line drop-in

Learn some new perspectives on how to help our neurodivergent students. Just drop-in with your questions.  Register here to join this FREE call: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/rt/7109820806430804227. Empowering Learning can offer parents and teachers many skills, to help creative children find learning easier … Continue reading

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Kids excel & schools save SEN money

Almost all of our schools are finding they have less funding available that in turn effects the increasing demands on Special Needs Budgets.  So what can we do for less whilst kids excel? Imagine what it would be like if … Continue reading

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Breathing is good for you

But do you know the difference between nose breathing and mouth breathing – what is “right” breathing,  and why is it important? I work with children and adults with learning differences, currently known as neurodivergent thinking and learning styles. I … Continue reading

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Are you and your child confused by school maths?

I am delighted to offer you a FREE online call with Steve Chinn, a world-renowned expert in the teaching of mathematics, especially in the primary stages. Book your FREE online webinar place here, for Wednesday 10th July at 7:30pm. Steve … Continue reading

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Labour’s proposed National Education Service

Today I was listening to and encouraged by a live stream from a labour party conference on education.  The mission set out by Angela Rayner and Jeremy Corben sounded great in many aspects, but of course, labour is not in … Continue reading

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Why is mental imagery ignored in schools

Mental imagery is a key part of learning, but nobody mentions it in schools. Mental images are quite simply the images we hold in our heads.  All these pictures are held in your Occipital Lobe, the part of your brain … Continue reading

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Strengths of Dyslexia

If you are a parent of a child diagnosed with Dyslexia, you need to read this. We have been doing more work on the strengths and talents exhibited by people with various learning differences, including Dyslexia. Looking at people’s strengths enables … Continue reading

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