It is one year since Ofsted and Care Quality Commission began the first joint local area inspections of provision for children and young people with special educational needs and/or disabilities (SEND). At Ofsted, all of our work – whether it’s inspecting nurseries, schools or further education colleges – is fundamentally about making things better for … Continue reading Ofsted: Our SEND inspections need parents’ views
There are seismic changes going on in the world of dyslexia support now. We are delighted that Richard Branson is launching a global charity on the strengths of dyslexia but we also have Dyslexia Action going into administration. The BDA is providing a lot of support, as the leading Charity in the field, to ensure … Continue reading Parental Support
As part of B.D.A.’s focus on adults with dyslexia, throughout 2017, I am doing a monthly blog. The subject for this first blog is talent. We would all like to think that the dyslexic individuals who make a real success of their lives, do so because they have an innate talent, possibly a strength endowed … Continue reading A Blueprint for Success for Adults with Dyslexia
Hello, and welcome to the brand new BDA blog. This blog has been created to share the work of the BDA, updates about our conferences and training, and sharing and discussing all things dyslexia. If you would like to contribute a piece of writing for publication on this website, please head on over to the … Continue reading Welcome to the BDA blog!