You can download our examples here to support schools identifying reasonable adjustment.
You can find guidance and information on reasonable adjustments for Primary Schools here.
You can find guidance and information on reasonable adjustments for Secondary Schools here.
The British Dyslexia Association produce a ‘style guide’ to ensure that written material considers the difficulties experienced by some dyslexic people. Find out more here.
It can be helpful for older learners to reflect on their own strengths and difficulties when studying in order to identify the help they need. This checklist may be helpful at school or at home.
Pupils with memory or processing difficulties may benefit from support with active listening – consider this resource to structure the help made available for them.
For learners with executive functioning difficulties a reflection tool like this can also be helpful to see patterns of success and improvement as well as identifying areas to develop or where reasonable adjustments may be needed.