The Reading School Services

 

Support  for Struggling Students

Because we believe learning to read shouldn’t be a struggle, we offer one-on-one reading lessons for children who do struggle to learn reading and spelling ~ in either English or French.

Our team of certified teachers and speech language pathologists* observe an Orton-Gillingham based approach. That approach is appropriate for all students~those who are lagging 3 or more months behind their peers and those who have dyslexia (specific reading disability).

All our students receive an individualized learning plan and work to mastery, at their own pace. Essential to our curriculum are both phonological sensitivity and phonics. But we don’t stop there…

Read what other parents say about their experience with us.

Then e-mail the director, Diane Duff, to find out why The Reading School is the right after-school programme for your child. Or phone her directly:

Greater Toronto area (GTA):      416-537-READ (7323)

Ottawa-Hull / Gatineau area:  1-844-322-READ (7323)

 

Support  for Professionals

Because we believe teaching children to read shouldn’t be a struggle, we offer professional development workshops for large or small teacher groups, in both the public and private educational sectors.

Read what other educators have said about our workshops.

Then e-mail the director, Diane Duff, to find out why The Reading School’s professional development services are right for your team. Or phone her directly:

Greater Toronto area (GTA):      416-537-READ (7323)

Ottawa-Hull / Gatineau area:  1-844-322-READ (7323)

 

 

Learning how to read shouldn’t be a struggle. Neither should teaching children to read.

  • The Speech Language Pathologists who work for The Reading School team are not working in their professional capacity as SLPs,  but as trained remedial reading teachers. We do not issue receipts for speech therapy; we do issue receipts for remedial reading intervention for dyslexia.