A Clear View of Reading!

A unique AI based method of assessing reading…

 

  Current reading assessments are simply not good enough. When we look at a standard test score in isolation, it tells us a child can’t read. It doesn’t tell us why that child can’t read. Lexplore Analytics gives us much more than a simple score or percentile.

Bernadette McLean – Former Principal of the Helen Arkell Dyslexia Centre

One of the main reasons we chose Lexplore Analytics is because it frees up so much time! Previously it took teachers an entire term to do accurate assessments on their whole class. By contrast, within five minutes of each Lexplore Analytic’s assessment we had objective results of reading activity and accurate attainment levels.

Adam Luxford – Data Protection Officer – Freemantle C of E Community Academy

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Parents, Teachers

Supporting SEND children with the back to school transition!

 With partial school closures and periods of isolation, the Coronavirus outbreak has seen huge numbers of parents and carers suddenly getting to grips with the challenges of home-schooling children with neurodiverse differences such as dyslexia, autism or ADHD for the very first time…

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School Leaders, Teachers

Using music to tackle literacy gaps!

Following a long period out of the classroom, many children may have taken a step backwards in literacy learning but, music, the world’s first and most popular language could help fill the gaps. In her recent article, dyslexia specialist tutor and assessor Dr Anne Margaret Smith, who has previously taught English for 30 years in Kenya, Germany, Sweden, and the UK, explains why music offers a fun and stress-free way to get these children back on track with their reading.

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School Leaders, Teachers

Supporting children without bursting bubbles!

As the Recovery Curriculum is implemented in schools, how can all students be supported within their ‘bubbles’, to ensure that they don’t get left behind? In their recent article, Pamela Hanigan and Rachel Gelder, founders of Lancashire Dyslexia Information Guidance and Support (LDIGS), discuss how schools can build targeted interventions into classroom bubbles.