As a parent you may be concerned about your child’s progress at school and want an independent assessment of their current levels of attainment.
You may suspect your child has Dyslexia or related Specific Learning Differences (SpLDs) and requires an assessment that offers a diagnosis, together with a recommended teaching programme.
You may require an assessment to provide evidence of an already diagnosed Specific Learning Difficulty for Exam Access Arrangements at GCSE, A Level or University.
Educational Assessments – For School Age Children
This assessment can identify Specific Learning Difficulties (SpLD), including Dyslexia and Dyspraxia, and suggest any further assessments that may be needed.Find Out More
Diagnostic Assessments – For Exam Access Arrangements
There are a range of Access Arrangements and Special Considerations for External Exams such as extra time, ‘read aloud’ facilities, readers, scribes and rest breaks. Some of these do not require an assessment.Find Out More
Diagnostic Assessments for Students in Higher Education
We are able to offer Diagnostic Assessments for Students in Higher Education who require evidence of their Specific Learning Difficulty (e.g. Dyslexia or Dyspraxia) in order to apply for the Disabled Students Allowance (DSA) and/or Exam Access Arrangements.These are normally held at our location just outside Colchester.Find Out More
Disabled Student Allowance (DSA)
Students with Specific Learning Difficulties, such as Dyslexia, who are already studying, or about to begin full or part time Higher Education Courses may be eligible to apply for the DSA to help towards the cost of non-medical support, including Specialist Study Skills Tuition, as well as specialist IT equipment and software.Find Out More