Feedback and Testimonials
At school, I always go on point, I need to so I can write. I write more words and more lines in a paragraph. I don't daydream anymore. It's made a big difference to how I enjoy school. Reading out loud I've done a couple of times, but not much. I'd like to read out more. I was in a play in English.
My organisation is okay. I used to lose my books around the house, and have to phone Mum from the office to bring them in to school. Now I keep it all in a box under my bed where the dog and cat can't chew them, and in the evening I look up what I need for the next day and put it all in the bag for tomorrow.
Since I've been here on the programme, I continued going to my usual Saturday dyslexic lesson, and have been getting 100% on comprehension. I'd been going about 4 years before that and it had always been about 50%. My reading speed has gone up too, and I'm more confident at reading out loud. I'll probably stop that lesson in the summer, and then I'll have my Saturdays free. Hooray!
Christopher, aged 12, from Staines
April 2005, two months after his programme