Taverham High School is the central host of the specialist Dyslexia Outreach Service, which also has teachers based at Mile Cross Primary School and Aylsham High School. The base provides an outreach service accessible to all primary and secondary schools in Norfolk and aims to ensure that all students with dyslexia can attend their local school safe in the knowledge that their needs will be addressed wherever they go.
The service offers a range of nationally recognised qualification courses on dyslexia awareness, which are open to anyone with a personal or professional interest in dyslexia, such as parents, teachers, employers, school governors etc.
We also provide tailored training and support to schools, as well as student group and 1 to 1 support.
If you are a parent and wish to discuss your child’s need, please contact your school’s Specialist Educational Needs Co-ordinator (SENCO) in the first instance (Mrs R Dixon for Taverham High School).
For course information and all other enquiries, please email the service’s administrator at:
firstname.lastname@example.org or contact the Dyslexia Outreach Service Team via Taverham High School.
You can find out more on the Norfolk County Council website.