The achievements of the region’s dyslexic students are being recognised in a virtual awards
ceremony organised by local charity Dyslexia Sparks tonight.
The event – Night of a Thousand Sparks – is hosted by Dyslexia Sparks, the region’s only
registered dyslexia charity, and marks a successful academic year of student achievement.
Dyslexia Sparks, the region’s only registered dyslexia charity, has now safely reopened both of its centres as lockdown restrictions gradually ease.
The centres have reopened with COVID-19 secure measures in place, including social distancing procedures and strict additional hygiene precautions such as Perspex screens.