Comments Off on Why are we teaching our children to read in print but write in cursive?
There is always a big push for schools and parents to encourage their children to read, and for good reason. Reading exercises our brain, improves concentration, improves vocabulary and language.. Read More
Comments Off on Recognising the importance of play in EYFS for great handwriting in later life
Play underpins all learning and is a vital part of children’s development in their early years. Through play, children develop language skills, emotions, creativity and social and intellectual skills, but.. Read More
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Having worked with schools across the UK to help support them, their teachers and students with handwriting, we have witnessed first-hand the amazing work that both Teachers and Teaching Assistants.. Read More
Comments Off on Continuous cursive: Dispelling the Myths and Setting the Record Straight
There’s a strange obsession happening in our primary schools that is both pointless and destructive to handwriting, and which has no credible research to validate its effectiveness. In fact, it.. Read More
Comments Off on Good Morning Britain sparks a monumental response questioning the rush to join up handwriting
With over a decade of experience teaching handwriting, I have developed an expert understanding and knowledge of this complex skill, and I regularly share this knowledge with parents, schools, teachers.. Read More
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