10 Tips To Help Dyspraxic Learners

Every teacher is a teacher of SEN and all teaching and support staff should be trained and have awareness of quality teaching for students with SEN. That’s the ideal but the reality is that teachers will encounter children with needs they know very little about and training is very much ‘on the job’ supplemented by studying you do in your own time.

This blog is intended to help colleagues learn more about dyspraxia because in all likelihood you may have at least one dyspraxic child in your class – it can affect up to one in 20 children with boys four times as likely to be identified.

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