Blog

Occasional posts on the latest research into learning difficulties, and events at Summit Point School.

December 1, 2016

What is multi-sensory teaching?

Most parents who have children with dyslexia have heard of multi-sensory teaching or multi-sensory learning. Below we explain why using all of a student’s senses is the best approach when […]
November 1, 2016

A font that’s fit for dyslexics

It’s pretty cool that someone decided to make a type face specifically for people with dyslexia. The font called Dyslexie was specially designed to make reading more […]
October 1, 2016

Osmo – app review

Osmo is a super-smart new educational app which uses reflective artificial intelligence. Most of the time you are not even in contact with the iPad itself while using the […]
September 1, 2016

Filmmaking

We have introduced our students to filmmaking at the Summit holiday program. The students had the opportunity to learn about camera operation, sound recording, framing, scripting, make-up, […]
August 1, 2016

Lego education

It is a thoroughly researched fact that dyslexic minds learn better from illustration rather then text. Lego is a great example of this, with instructions displayed as images, rather […]