A poem written by a pupil with dyslexia is currently going viral for its eye-opening double meaning.
Today in Y6 we looked at poems that could be read forwards & backwards. I was stunned by this one written by one of my 10 year olds. Please share - I would love her work to be appreciated further afield. I wonder if it could even find a publisher? pic.twitter.com/tmEQpiRrhq
— Jane Broadis (@Jb5Jane) February 27, 2019
I am dyslexic, I learn differently, I find some of the things my brain comes up with hilarious. This young students poem is wonderful. Well done. Dyslexia doesn’t stop you doing anything. You just have to find a way around the obsticle. Side step it.
— Jen (@jennywhitwot) February 27, 2019
As a #dyslexic thank you 2 ur student & 2 u for sharing this. Anything that shines a positive light on #dyslexia is always good. I love this! It made me smile & brightened my day/week as I hav been feelin my dyslexic ‘faults’ (my own perceived)& a little down. So thank u
— Colmarie #ProEU #NHSLove (@lettiemarie17) February 27, 2019
As the mother of a dyslexic son, this speaks volumes to me. Just beautiful x
— Tracy B (@mrsb2205) February 27, 2019
That's brilliant. You sound like a great teacher too. The encouragement and confidence you give her now, she will remember for the rest of her life.
— Toby larone (@tobylarone1) February 27, 2019
What great work! Well done. When you are a famous author, you can look back on this day. (and well done Ms Broadis for taking the time to share)
— Natasha Haberdasher (@MsNatashaPage) February 27, 2019