Education Matters

20 best apps for kids with dyslexia

Posted by Trinity Grammar School on Mar 2, 2018 6:00:00 AM

The pros and cons of technology are a regular source of debate, particularly when it concerns young people, their education and the role of technology within education. Technology can have a profound impact on learning for children with dyslexia. There are many online tools that can make dyslexia management in the classroom easier for children, teachers and parents.

Here, we have identified the 20 best apps for kids with dyslexia. These tools can help with reading, writing, organisation, learning and presentations:

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Topics: Parenting tips, Trinity difference, Learning difficulties, Technology, Boys and literacy, Education

Trinity students stayed silent to give Cambodians a voice

Posted by Trinity Grammar School on Feb 25, 2017 6:00:00 AM

This week, 800 students from Trinity Grammar School, aged from five to 12 stopped speaking and remained silent – some for the whole day. The students took part in Day Without Speech, a programme which raises funds to bring speech therapy to Cambodia.

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Topics: Trinity difference, Learning difficulties, Boys learning, Community service, Junior School

How to recognise learning difficulties in children

Posted by Trinity Grammar School on Jul 24, 2016 6:00:00 AM

Schools, medical professionals and parents use many different terms for learning difficulties. Maybe you’ve heard other terms such as learning issues, learning disorders or learning disabilities, which can be confusing.

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Topics: Parenting tips, Early years, Learning difficulties, Early learning

How schools can meet the individual needs of your child

Posted by Fabienne Arora on Dec 7, 2015 6:00:00 AM

Not so long ago, schools delivered curriculums in a ‘one size fits all’ approach. Many students struggled to grasp what their teachers expected of them. Others, perhaps even smarter than their masters, marked time without being extended, not reaching their full potential. Sadly, for these students, there was little to support their individual needs.

Fortunately, educational research has informed Trinity’s decision making over the last decade or so, to see value in providing quality support for those boys who, for a variety of reasons, may need it.

Trinity Education Support Services (TESS) is a department offering a wide range of support for our boys, including those with physical disabilities or learning difficulties to those who are gifted or whose first language is not English. Boys who need social and emotional support are also well catered for under the TESS umbrella.

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Topics: Support programs, Learning difficulties