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Making a classroom dyslexia-friendly

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Last updated on 6 January 2017
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How can a classroom be made dyslexia-friendly? We look at top tips from a charity for ensuring your classrooms meet the needs of dyslexic pupils, and guidance on inclusive practice. This article also looks at examples of approaches from two schools.

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  1. 1 Top tips for making a classroom dyslexia-friendly
  2. 2 Inclusive practice for pupils with dyslexia
  3. 3 Dyslexia-friendly classrooms: examples from schools

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