In Year 6, we explored what it was like to live your life as a child or adult with dyslexia. We were very lucky to hear of these experiences from some of the amazing children in our class. We began by looking at the positive qualities of dyslexia and how these should be highlighted and educated to all individuals! We then considered some of the feelings and thoughts an individual with dyslexia may have due to the challenges they face day to day. In English, we wrote in the role of a child/adult with dyslexia, considering the challenges and emotions throughout each day.
In groups, we also used pointillism to create a message to send to all individuals who face challenges day to day! Can you identify the messages we created?
Guardian Angels' Roman Catholic Primary School
Leigh Lane, Bury,
Lancashire, BL8 2RH
Our Lady of Lourdes RC Primary School
Rudgwick Drive, Bury,
Lancashire, BL8 1YA
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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