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British Dyslexia Association International Conference: Telford International Centre: Thursday 12th April 2018 - Saturday 14th April 2018

The 11th British Dyslexia Association’s International Conference (IC) and EXPO is a leading conference on Dyslexia/Specific Learning difficulties across the age ranges, for the latest in research and practice, exciting developments and inspiration.

Do join us for this fantastic event and save the date of 12th - 14th April 2018.

The BDA are delighted to work with Professor Susan Gathercole (Cambridge University) as IC 2018 Chair and the International Conference committee as we build a great event. The conference theme of Evidence to Practice and Back Again will link research through to good practice and this Flagship event will present speakers, experts from across the world and professional practitioners.

New! We will also be providing even more hands on practical opportunities within our live demo zone. There will be our largest ever EXPO exhibition space featuring useful exciting materials and technologies, utilising the fantastic facilities available at the Telford International Centre.

Join us for what will be prove to be a lively and vibrant 11th B.D.A. International Conference and EXPO!

Please click here to access the booking form. Alternatively, you can book online via Eventbrite.


Academic Summer

Academic Summer have announced details of their programme for the summer. Courses to be based at Cambridge Tutors College in London, Sidcot School near Bristol and Liverpool College in Liverpool.

If you would like to know more: click here


Dyslexia Teaching Centre, Kensington, London

Dyslexia Teaching Centre (Kensington, London) run courses during the summer holidays.

If you would like to know more: click here


Kilgraston Language and Activity Centre

Kilgraston School is a CReSTeD accredited school (category WS) based in Perthshire. The courses will offer a combination of three hours of lessons every day, and while there is some (but little) book work, most of it is based around natural communication. Speaking and interaction, listening to music and acquiring the language in a natural way. In the afternoon there will be sports / activities / excursions, all in English, giving the students an opportunity to start to really use their language and improve on it - naturally.

You can find out more about the school's Summerfest by going to their website: Kilgraston Language and Activity Centre.

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