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Parents urged to share views on children's literacy difficulties

Consultation seeks to update 2012 policy

Parents, teachers and carers are being encouraged to share their views about how young people with literacy difficulties are taught in schools.

A four-week consultation has been launched with the aim of ensuring children are supported to secure good skills for the future.

Government’s original policy was implemented in 2012 – now it’s working with the Manx Dyslexia Association in a bid to update it.

You can find the consultation HERE - it closes on 17 May.

Sue Rutter is the joint chair of the organisation which helped craft the consultation questions.

She spoke to Tessa Hawley about why she's urging all parents to take part:

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