For many, homeschooling a dyslexic child can be seen as a real challenge. However, at Wolsey Hall Oxford we recognise that a child with dyslexia often has many strengths which can be used to aid their learning. We help parents identify the ways that they can best support their child in order to unlock their full potential.
We put the needs of your child front and centre and support you in your journey homeschooling a dyslexic child.
When homeschooling a dyslexic child, we understand that the one-size-fits-all approach of many traditional classrooms may not work well. With Wolsey Hall Oxford, your child can work at a pace that is suitable for them. If a new concept requires several different approaches – in order to ensure they have understood it – then this can be achieved in a relaxed environment without making your child feel uncomfortable.Find out more about Learning Support
The more personal and nurturing approach of a homeschool education will help give your child the confidence to try new things without fear of failure or ridicule from their peers.Find out more about Special Educational Needs
When homeschooling a dyslexic child, learning support can play an important role in helping your child address difficulties associated with spelling, reading and writing. My role is to empower your child to meet their learning goals despite any learning difficulties which they may have.
MICHELLE MAHONEY, LEARNING SUPPORT MANAGER
Our team would be happy to speak with you about how we can help you and your child. Like Alfie, in the video above, we have helped many families homeschooling a dyslexic child and will be happy to answer any questions you or your child may have.Contact us