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Parents sometimes feel their child is underperforming in the school classroom and wonder why. The question is, what to do about it?


Reading and spelling are essential skills, that all students must have if they are to reach their true academic potential

Many children in primary school fall behind with their reading and spelling and are able to hide the problem, often all the way through school. Most parents will know instinctively if their child isn't performing quite as would be expected. Over time, the child will fall further behind their peers. They are continually failing at school, it's holding them back and ultimately affecting their confidence. Trying to identify and resolve the problem can be difficult and it's often not discovered until well into secondary school or even later. If you find yourself in this position, contact the school, talk to the teacher and find out more about your child's literacy development stage. It's important to act quickly to get this sorted and give your child the best opportunity to reach their true academic potential. For dyslexia, there is no magic cure, but it can be remediated, whilst other types of reading and spelling problems can be resolved completely. The solution overall requires a different teaching approach, one that suits the learning style of the child or adolescent. That's exactly what the WordsWorthLearning© Literacy Programme provides:

  • A parent simply facilitates, NO training is required
  • It runs on PC or Tablet with suitable internet access
  • It lets parents take positive action to help their child
  • They learn at home, in their own time, at their own pace
  • 104 video tutorials; 330 interactive reading & spelling exercises
  • Multiple-choice questionnaire to track progress
  • Daily schedules, to give you a step-by-step guide

The programme is for age ranges from 6 years to adult and it's for children with reading and spelling difficulties, including dyslexia. It can be completed in as little as 16 weeks, although the licence lasts for a full year, which allows more than enough time to complete it and also time for revision. It has clinical results-based evidence to prove that it works.

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