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Swindon Dyslexia-SpLD Service

The Swindon Dyslexia-Specific Learning Difficulties Service operates from Millbrook Primary School in Freshbrook, Swindon.

Referrals
All referrals to be made via the secure Portal http://www.swindondyslexia.co.uk All schools have been provided with unique login details.

The Portal has been designed to make it easier for schools to submit referrals as most of the supporting documents ie Provision Maps, reports etc. are already stored electronically on school systems and can be easily uploaded onto the Portal to avoid photocopying. It has a comprehensive User Guide.

Full details of the services provided by the Swindon Dyslexia-SpLD Service can be found on their dedicated Dyslexia Friendly website http://www.dyslexiafriendlyswindon.org.uk/

 

Swindon Dyslexia SpLD Service Local Offer July 2016

Meet the team

The Swindon Dyslexia-SpLD is staffed by Sue Kinsler and Rachel Williams both Advisory Teachers for Dyslexia Specific Learning Difficulties. They are supported by Helen Bissex Millbrook Primary school Business Manager and Service Liaison for the Swindon Dyslexia Specific Learning Difficulties Service.

Contact Swindon Dyslexia-SpLD Service

The first point of contact for the Swindon Dyslexia-SpLD is via Helen Bissex on Swindon (01793) 872800 extension 203 or via E-Mail using the form below. For specific referrals already in progress, contact Sue or Rachel directly on Swindon 01793 889598.

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