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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.

      Professional development for teaching assistants: essential but elusive

      A new EEF guidance report (2021) highlights the positive impact of effective professional development on teachers’ classroom practice and subsequent pupil outcomes. This is supported by the government’s recent Teacher

      World Book Day: dyslexia-friendly books that every school library needs

      This World Book Day let’s celebrate accessible and inclusive literature! We’ve pulled together recommendations from the DYT team and the wider DYT Community to compile a list of our favourite

      Supporting literacy difficulties: when is the right time for intervention?

      When is the right time to for classroom or structured intervention when you have a learner with literacy difficulties? The short answer to this, for a class teacher, would be

      Why is CPD so challenging for schools?

      Earlier this month, the Confederation of School Trusts published a paper on Professional Development in School Trusts – Capacity, Conditions and Culture. The authors were on the money with regards

      Literacy and Levelling Up: What we know about the Government’s education reforms

      Today, the government published a series of commitments on improving education, skills and support for families as part of its levelling up agenda and education reforms.  Whilst we had been

      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.