DYSLEXIA LESSONS

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Business name: Enhance Education
Location: Belfast
Christchurch City
Canterbury
About: Assessment­s and individual­ised learning programmes designed to allow your child to achieve in education.
Services offered: Assessment­s and individual lessons available in literacy, numeracy and processing skills. Primary to NCEA level. Holiday intensive courses.
Areas serviced: Lessons based in Belfast
Availability: 9am - 6pm weekdays
Does your child find learning difficult?
Do you want to help your child achieve at school?

I specialise in teaching people with learning difficulties and Dyslexia.

Please contact me to discuss learning option available for your child.

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Expires: Fri 18 Jan, 7:44 am

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I'll add a second positive. Jos has over the past three years taken my son from being told he would never pass NCEA Level1by teachers and to consider leaving school and getting a job, He was in the top ten for NCEA 1 in his year Jos has seen the potential in him and pushed him forward to gain confidence and achieve. as a 16yr old he has no qualms about stepping out of the square in front of others to make things work. Thanks Jos for your teeth pulling
sybil22 (1070 1070 positive feedback) Address Verified Apr 2017  Fri 29 Apr
Jos has spent a whole term plus with my 12yrold with Dyspraxia I can see a differnce in the way he does things & is gaining confidence in his abilities. Jos quickly picks up on deficeits in his learning memory & planning then helps him to remedy without him feeling like he is "dumb" He has gone from "i'm dumb" to" i think I can try" attiude. Easy homework that reinforces the strategy being learnt. great ideas for parents to apply to other homework too!
sybil22 (1070 1070 positive feedback) Address Verified Apr 2017  Wed 16 May
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