Dyslexia, dyspraxia, dyscalculia: the gains for employers

Why ‘neurodiversity’ helps make a better team John Levell, an executive director at EY in London, has a reputation among his fellow consultants as a creative thinker and problem solver. But though he can visualise a product in 3D before …


Patoss Q&A’s by TeachPrimary & TeachSecondary

Teachwire the publishing house behind TeachPrimary and TeachSecondary publications ran a short Q&A feature on Patoss, for their March editions, just in time for the Education Show. Here is what they ran: Why is there a need for an association li…


Featured Q&A in SENCo Magazine

Patoss provided brief answers to the topic of "Supporting SENCos" in the February 2017 SENCo Magazine What barriers to learning do dyslexia and other specific learning difficulties (SpLD) present in the classroom? Learners may present with varied ch…


Patoss Facelift

The Patoss logo is having a facelift over the next few months to bring the branding of the organisation in line with its professional status. It was felt that updating the Patoss logo would help to underpin the market perception, coming away from our…


Change of Scene

It’s been a long time coming but at last the we have moved into a new Patoss Office. The new office is in addition to our old room, here at Evesham College, which is now being converted into a meeting room for our use. With the addition of two…


Britons’ maths-phobia is no laughing matter

Problem is with culture in which it is all right to say ‘I don’t do numbers’, writes Bronwen Maddox As Britain struggles to work out whether it is better off in or out of the EU, it might pay heed to the devastating analysis that s…

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