We are delighted to be expanding our team as we take forward the work of Dyslexia-SpLD Trust and continue the collaboration with our colleagues across the sector. More information about this vacancy and how to apply is available from Charity Jobs
We want to see a time when all children, including those who struggle with literacy, are given the help they need to learn how to read and write; when children with dyslexia are identified and supported from an early age so that their dyslexia is not a barrier to learning and they are given the self confidence they need to succeed in whatever they set out to do.
The Driver Youth Trust is a charity dedicated to improving the life chances of children and young people with a focus on those who struggle with literacy, particularly children with dyslexia.
We work in partnership with other organisations to help children to access education, build their confidence and realise their goals. We campaign for policy change so that all children, including those with dyslexia, get the right support to learn to read and write and reach their full potential.
Examples of the organisations that we work with can be found on the Partnerships page.
Why our work is so important
The Driver Youth Trust was founded by Sarah Driver after stumbling upon dyslexia when she married Mark and they had four children together. Sarah very rapidly moved from not really believing in dyslexia to becoming a committed campaigner for improving the chances of young people with special educational needs (SEN), and particularly dyslexia.