• Small, focus group support allows students to learn in a quieter environment on either a personalised learning task or to re-visit   areas of the curriculum not initially understood.  Focus groups are often used for over learning to secure skills previously taught.
  • Either the teacher or student can break down their learning in to manageable instructions to reduce the amount of information they must process and retain.  This resource can also positively increase their independence in the classroom, allowing the student to progress through the learning tasks without relying on constant teacher direction. 
  • The use of coloured overlays while reading can stop a range of visual perceptual problems, often referred to as Meares-Irlen Syndrome, which is particularly common in people with dyslexia.
    Coloured overlays help Dyslexics and those with Irlen Syndrome by making text visually clearer and more comfortable to see.