Dyslexia Awareness Day

On Thursday 8th October, Normanhurst Juniors celebrated Dyslexia Awareness Day by wearing red and donating money to the British Dyslexia Association. Dyslexia is a literacy based learning difficulty that has many strengths associated with it. The juniors learnt a lot about the many attributes to dyslexia and found out about many of the unknown things linked to it. The pupils participated in circle times, reading poetry, role play, solving riddles and created a piece of art that every child in the juniors contributed to. A great day was had by all, thank you to all the children for their hard work and for supporting a great cause.

Thank you to everyone who donated, we raised a total of £89.00!