Amy is a trainee teacher from Birmingham who has not been formally diagnosed with Dyspraxia but shows many traits.
This is a very personal post, but it is one I would like to share with you all. On Friday the 7th June 2019, I decided to throw my hat out of the ring. Yes, I went to university, to sign the papers, to withdraw from teacher training. I was studying for a Postgraduate Diploma […]Read More
Amy Boland It was a hot summer’s day in May 2006 when I had finished my final SATS paper, I blew the steam away from my pencil and gazed outside, my eyes opening wide at the prospect of a lovely, bright summer awaiting, no more exams and no homework, bliss! Or so one would think, […]Read More
Johnny English strikes again. I found it most interesting and wonderful that I saw this hilarious comedy on Dyspraxia awareness week. As I am sat cosying up in my plush, comfy seat, I hear the roar of laughter surround me. He clambers around just like the rest of us. I do not want to give […]Read More
In this article I am going to discuss sensory processing disorder, or really, how sensory processing disorder affects me. What a lot of people do not know is that dyspraxia can often but not always come in hand with various other conditions, including: Autism, ADHD, dyslexia and sensory processing disorder. My focus is on the […]Read More