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Information and suggestions for Colleagues of Dyslexic Teachers

Who are these Dyslexic Teachers?


Any teacher in your school could be Dyslexic, but many Dyslexic Teachers are likely to suffer in silence. This could be for many reasons; possibly because they were never officially diagnosed with Dyslexia, they may have had problems with past employers, or they may not feel that they need help.

This may mean that you work with more Dyslexic Teachers than you know about. However, it is important that you show your support to those who have come forward.


Why should I support them?


As a member of staff in a school you are part of a team. This does not mean that you are responsible for other members of staff, but it does mean that you should take their needs into consideration.


Click the links below to find out how you can help.

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