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Village in the Cloud
What if Systematic Synthetic Phonics fails neurodivergent kids?

Pupils who arrive in secondary school as poor readers are likely to continue to struggle. in 2022, 41% of year 6 pupils in England left primary school without meeting the expected standards in literacy and maths – 275,000 11-year-olds, according to researchers at the Centre for Social Justice (CSJ) thinktank - 50,000 more than in 2019. We cannot blame this on the pandemic - 27% failed to meet the minimum expected standard in reading in the 2018 and 2019 year. 

Although a national parental strategy would be a great idea, the reality is that a solution is needed NOW, and a lot of parents can't help. They can't read either. 
Illiteracy in the UK is a big problem. Miss Emma and her 'Visible English' approach can help with that - to prevent and overcome reading and spelling difficulties. 

"It takes a Village to raise a reader"  


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We are NeuroReadies! Embracing our Differences
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