Learning Works Hub stands by struggling dyslexic students, believing in them and supporting their skill development and confidence. 

At Learning Works, we offer dyslexia tutoring for children who need it. We help children to believe in themselves, achieve their goals and succeed on their own terms.

We help children who are not strong readers or spellers, by directly teaching them how to read and decode words.

Structured Literacy

We provide a guided, supportive practice which is effective.

We’re doing everything we can to nurture and support children who learn differently.

Learning Works Hub is a place where parents know that they will get all the help and support they need whatever the challenge.

We work as a team with you. We know that one of the greatest influences on children’s success at school is the involvement of parents in their education.

When a child has a specific learning difficulty like dyslexia this involvement is even more crucial.

Children with dyslexia require explicit, direct and systematic instruction in oral and written language. Our remediation for dyslexic learners follows the MSL/Orton Gillingham approach, which we have professional training in through the Institute of Multisensory Education.

We use systematic synthetic phonics programs like Sounds Write and Little Learners Love Literacy to teach children the code of English to improve their reading fluency and spelling accuracy. 

Principles of our program approach

    • We teach students how words work, with letter-sound relationships, syllables and word parts
    • Our lessons follow a specific order or progression and build on previously taught material
    • They are structured – there are step-by-step procedures for introducing, reviewing and practicing concepts
    • Concepts and skills are taught for mastery
    • Skills are constantly reviewed while new material is introduced
    • Vocabulary, sentence structure, writing and reading comprehension all are taught in a structured, sequential, and cumulative manner 
    • We use direct instruction, which means we demonstrate all material we are introducing.  
    • Core skills are taught together – reading and spelling go hand in hand

We are passionate about advocating for dyslexic children and making their lives easier by teaching them to read and spell.