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      DYT blog

      Welcome to the DYT blog! Our blog entries, articles and updates are written by our leadership team and our expert education consultants.

      Stay up to date with education and SEND policy and keep up with best practice strategies, frameworks and tips for supporting learners with literacy difficulties and SEND.

      Top tips for parents communicating with schools

      Parents play a crucial role in supporting their child’s learning, and parental engagement is consistently associated with academic outcomes. This is especially true when a learner is struggling at school.

      How to use our Comprehension Cards to check your learners’ understanding

      Check your learners’ understanding in lessons with our free Comprehension Cards resource. These cards let you test your class’s subject knowledge using a variety of different questions and are ideal

      Five ways to inclusively support spelling in your classroom

      Support spelling and vocabulary in your classroom easily and inclusively with our top tips. Discover more ideas and strategies for supporting reading, writing and communication skills in our literacy hub.

      Our top tips for supporting reading at home this Christmas break

      Supporting reading at home doesn’t need to be a chore, and will ensure that your child stays on track and sets them on the course for success. Done correctly, it can

      English vs. Literacy: striking a balance in the responsibilities of English teachers

      A couple of weeks ago I had the opportunity to observe an Year 7 English lesson in a secondary school; a place of energy, learning, discovery, and for some, tough,

      Broad, creative and inclusive: the case for a renewed focus on literacy

      Last week, I was fortunate enough to co-host a workshop at the Fair Education Alliance Summit to talk about some of the barriers young people face to literacy. Alongside co-hosts