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Students with Learning Difficulties

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Some students have difficulties learning to read, write or work with numbers due to a range of reasons, for example a disability, transience or missed schooling due to illness.

Some examples of learning disability are:

  •        specific learning disorder with impairment in reading (dyslexia)
  •        central auditory processing disorder
  •        language disorder
  •        developmental coordination disorder
  •        specific learning disorder with impairment in mathematics (dyscalculia)
  •        speech sound disorder
  •        attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder

The school does not need a formal diagnosis of a learning disability to provide students with support.

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Last reviewed 20 December 2019
Last updated 20 December 2019