I think a child in my class may be dyslexic - what do I do next? An interview with Rachael McMullen, Education Manager of British Dyslexia Association
I was fortunate enough to bump into Rachael McMullen at the TES North show recently. Rachael was kind enough to agree to an interview with me.
Here she talks about immediate strategies that schools can put in place, to support their children that they have concerns about.
Building a solid foundation for literacy
Literacy, while a seemingly innocuous (although incredibly important) topic, stirs up fierce debate across the globe when it comes to which approach we should be using in schools. Here in the UK, the most widely used approach in literacy teaching is ‘synthetic phonics’.