What additional help and support should be recommended?

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For many children who are dyslexic specialist one-to-one multi-sensory tuition, taught by a specially trained teacher, is usually the most affective method of help, providing the child with the skills and strategies to deal with and overcome their difficulties.

It is important that schools support and recognise the need for additional tuition and allow pupils to attend during school time if required. Keeping up a good level of communication with the student's specialist tutor is also very important to maximise and reinforce the child's progression.

Learning aids

Learning should be fun, so to help children want to learn, the games they play should stimulate their imaginations...