Handwriting Training Workshops  Spring 2019

In Worcester

Tuesday 26th March 09:00-11:30

Tuesday 26th March 13:00-15:30

Thursday 28th March 09:00-11:30

Thursday 28th March 13:00-15:30

Only £ 50 per delegate (no VAT)

Further information and to book- Click Here


Forthcoming Events: 

10 - 11 MAY 2019


Come and hear Cathy's Seminar "Common reasons why children struggle with handwriting"



About Dyspraxia

Dyspraxia is an incredibly common but poorly understood  condition. Whilst most teachers have heard of dyspraxia, few have a working knowledge in how to recognise and support the children in their class with dyspraxia/DCD.

10% of children have dyslexia.....most teachers will have had CPD training in dyslexia

1% of children have autistic spectrum disorder.....most teachers will have had CPD training in autism

5% of children have dyspraxia (DCD)..few teachers have received training in dyspraxia



EVERY class  has between 1 and 3 children with dyspraxia

Most children with dyspraxia/DCD are in mainstream education

50% of children with dyslexia will have dyspraxia too

Children with autism often have dyspraxia



With such a high percentage of children with dyspraxia/DCD it is vital that all teaching staff and professionals are trained in dyspraxia.Just a small amount of knowledge can make a world of difference to these children.

Our CPD training will equip  busy classroom teachers and other child professionals with the knowledge and confidence to recognise  these difficulties and to implement simple, practical and inclusive strategies to support these children.

Our motto is:     "Supporting you to support them"

We can tailor make our training to meet  CPD needs for any setting or professional organisation working with children or young people. For further information please contact us.

 ALL our profit is used to run a free HELPLINE which offers support to teachers, professionals, parents and young people. Our priority is getting it right for the child and this is most effectively achieved by training and supporting the adults in that child's life.

"We don't need expensive resources, just teachers who understand dyspraxia."  Ben aged 12years