Social and Emotional Learning

2nd September 2021 A new school year has begun for many in the UK. With relaxation of some COVID restrictions, there may a glimpse of what school life maybe like post lockdowns whilst we learn to ‘life with’ covid? The effects of the pandemic have been horrific and well documented throughout in the media. TheContinue reading “Social and Emotional Learning”

Dyslexia: A different way of thinking

26th May 2021 How much do you really know about dyslexia? If you played the word association game, one person says a word and you say the first word that immediately comes to mind. What would your reply be to the word ‘dyslexia’? Give it a go, I would love to hear of your responses.Continue reading “Dyslexia: A different way of thinking”

Dyslexia and Social Comparison

13th May 2021 Todays post is all about Self-belief, Confidence, Motivation and Positive Attitude. ‘The Grass is always Greener on the other side…’, ever heard of that saying? Comparing yourself or your life to others is a normal basic human instinct. It starts from an early age, think about a toddler who often thinks anotherContinue reading “Dyslexia and Social Comparison”

Dyslexia – Visual strengths in sport

20th November 2020 Half way through Lockdown Part 2, how are you as an individual coping? Throwing yourself into work (at home if you can), getting creative, learning a new hobby/new language, online Christmas shopping??? Or having a meltdown? Everyone deals with situations in different ways so my message to all those family ‘bubbles’ thatContinue reading “Dyslexia – Visual strengths in sport”