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      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.

      7 ways to improve speaking and listening skills

      Speaking and listening skills go hand-in-hand with reading, writing and vocabulary development. Here are a few of our top tips for developing and supporting oracy in the classroom. 1. Break

      SEND Review: will our learners actually get what they need?

      Over two years since the SEND Review was announced, it’s encouraging to hear from Will Quince, Children and Families Minister. In his open letter to families and carers of children

      Six tips for using assistive technology to support literacy difficulties

      Assistive technology can make a real difference to how learners with literacy difficulties and/or SEND access the curriculum. To get the most out of different products, both you and your

      Choosing CPD for maximum impact on high quality teaching

      Training in schools is one of several areas in education that have been impacted by the pandemic. The explosion of webinars over the last 18 months shows our teachers’ thirst for knowledge, but has also created a

      Priority Literacy: a new white paper

      At the Conservative party conference, recently appointed Secretary of State for Education Nadhim Zahawi promised to publish a new white paper on tackling illiteracy and innumeracy. Any focus on literacy

      Understanding the Covid literacy gap

      Ahead of our upcoming ‘Getting learners secondary-ready: closing the Covid literacy gap‘ webinar series, our consultant Ruth Everett explains the Covid literacy gap and why she was inspired to create