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Lessons

October 7th, 2013 by Cate Hewitt

The best way to overcome difficulties due to dyslexia is to take a course of lessons from an experienced teacher who has a specialist qualification (SpLD). At the Bristol Dyslexia Centre we have achieved excellent results in a friendly and relaxed atmosphere. About the lessons Lesson types Support lessons and courses are also available for

Assessments

October 7th, 2013 by Cate Hewitt

To understand which assessment might be right for you click the tabs below to explore the different types. How to book an assessment To book please contact us initially to find out current availability. At times, we will be operating a waiting list system. Once you have an appointment booked in, we will then send

About Us

October 7th, 2013 by Cate Hewitt

Bristol Dyslexia Centre is an independent teaching and assessment centre for all ages. Pat Jones, principal of the Centre, is supported by her committed team of specially trained and dedicated teachers. PAT JONES – Founder and Principal “In 1987 I set up the Bristol Dyslexia Centre and it has rapidly expanded from 10 pupils to

Our brochure & fees

October 6th, 2013 by Cate Hewitt

Please download the following documents for further information on Bristol Dyslexia Centre and our fees. Our brochure Download our Brochure Our fees BDC Fee List

Dyslexia Trust

October 6th, 2013 by Cate Hewitt

Bristol Dyslexia Centre provides specialist learning and assessment services for dyslexic children and adults. The centre is fee paying, however there are many children and families who are in desperate need of specialist help, but who cannot afford to pay. The Dyslexia Trust was established in 1994, to award bursaries to dyslexics who need help

What We Do

September 25th, 2013 by Cate Hewitt

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