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We’ve brought literacy to life for a huge range of people and businesses around the world, large and small.
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Read&Write boosts NHS researcher’s work and home life

Chris McPheat is a Research Nurse in the GI (Gastrointestinal) & Lymphoma Unit at The Royal Marsden Foundation Trust. Based in Chelsea, West London, it’s the world's first hospital dedicated to cancer diagnosis, treatment and research.

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Read&Write boosts student confidence at Queen Elizabeth’s School

Queen Elizabeth’s School (QE) is a specialist centre providing dedicated support for young people with dyslexia across the whole of Devon. This specialist centre is run by experienced teachers Deborah Lynch and Ann Atherton.  Deborah and Ann teach students previously identified with Dyslexia, who cannot be supported in their local Secondary school. They also support schools in meeting the needs of students who struggle with literacy difficulties, this includes providing staff with dyslexia friendly classroom training.
 

Read&Write boosts student literacy at The Winchester School - Jebel Ali

One of the most academically respected and in-demand private schools in the United Arab Emirates is empowering students with an everyday literacy boost. It’s provided by Read&Write, our friendly Assistive Technology solution that’s installed on schoolroom computers across the school campus.

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Read&Write helps develop literacy strategies in Oswestry School

Oswestry School in Shropshire caters for students with a wide range of abilities between the ages of four and 18. They chose to implement Read&Write across the school to develop literacy strategies, as these underpin all other areas of the curriculum. In doing this the school enables students of all abilities to perform to the highest level across a broad range of subjects. 

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Read&Write in the Fire Brigades Union

Firefighters are required to constantly update their knowledge and qualifications. In the past they would have attended short intensive courses in a classroom with face-to-face tuition, but now are often required to follow online courses. Web-based materials can be a barrier to those who have dyslexia as the Fire Brigades Union discovered. 

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Read&Write supports high achievement in Jumeirah English Speaking School

Jumeirah English Speaking School (JESS) always works at the leading edge of 21st century teaching and have always been early adopters of new assistive technology programmes and apps to support students with specific learning needs.

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