Training & Events

Join us at one of our workshops or events.

Throughout  the year we run several dyslexia specific courses, workshops and groups.  We also deliver keynote speeches and lectures on the emotional repercussions of dyslexia. For an overview of the topics we have covered, please download our presentation booklet below!

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Dyslexia Show Birmingham NEC | POSTPONED

New date TBC

Parents & Partners day | CANCELLED


Three day Intensive Workshop | POSTPONED

Postponed until October 2021

Dyslexia aware network members day | CANCELLED


Past events

Fundamentals training | 14th, 15th and 16th May

Fundamentals training | 3 day workshop

Open Meeting | 18th April

Dyslexia Association of Bexley Bromley Greenwich & Lewisham

Mad, bad, sad…or just Dyslexic talk | 17th April

Lauderdale House talk | Mad, bad, sad... or just Dyslexic

BDA’s International Conference | April 2018

British Dyslexia Association's International Conference

Mad, Bad, Sad – or just Dyslexic? | March 14th

Leicestershire Dyslexia Association | Mad, Bad, Sad or just Dyslexic talk

KDWA Talk | 8th March

Addressing the Emotional Repercussions of Dyslexia

Our audience found it both fascinating and informative, and it was great to have it presented by someone who is dyslexic themselves. The children in the audience were thoroughly entertained, but also reassured as to how normal they are. They were much buoyed up by hearing of dyslexic strengths and skills.

Organisers Dyslexia Association of Bexley Bromley Greenwich & Lewisham“Being Dyslexic and Coming to Terms With Who You Are”

As a dyslexic the event was very empowering as I felt I was amongst friends

Event Attendee “Mad, Bad, Sad or just dyslexic?”

Pennie Aston’s untold knowledge requires greater recognition in the field of Dyslexia – Congratulations GroOops!

Training ParticipantSpecialist Dyslexia Consultant

Throughout all of my dyslexia teaching education and professional experience, I had never had the opportunity to be in such a dyslexia-friendly environment. This immersion and opportunity for frank discussion in a safe space about how it feels to be dyslexic was invaluable, and I want more teachers to experience this too!

Training ParticipantTeacher for SpLD & Assistive Technology