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Dyslexia Screening and Tuition in Sheffield


White Rose Dyslexia Centre was established in June 2009 and is based within Aizlewood’s Mill, close to major motorway and ring road links with easy access from around Yorkshire, Derbyshire and Nottinghamshire.

Please view our new guidelines and practices regarding Covid-19 here: Covid-19.

We have a wealth of direct work experience and specialist expertise linked to dyslexia in education, training and the workplace. We are qualified to provide advice and support in relation to:

Our focus is in sharing our knowledge and expertise to not only empower those with dyslexia but also raise awareness amongst those who teach and/or work with dyslexics, so that they have a greater understanding of the strengths and the challenges associated with dyslexia.

White Rose Dyslexia Centre has gained a reputation for its well-informed specialists and excellent customer service. This is reflected in the number of recommendations from individuals, parents, private and public sector organisations. We have long-standing relationships with the NHS, Local Authorities, Police Forces and a number of schools and colleges around the region.

Latest news

Christmas closing dates

December 14, 2021

Our Christmas closing dates. We will be closed from Monday, 20th December 2021 until Wednesday, 5th January 2022. We hope you all have a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. Stay warm and stay safe!

‘Freedom Day’ Covid update.

July 19, 2021

Hope you’re all enjoying the sun! Our Covid update, while we realise that today is ‘Freedom Day’, we will still be requiring people to wear their masks at all times – unless you’re exempt or a child. This is to […]

Competition closing in a few hours!

July 12, 2021

Don’t forget our competition closes at midnight tonight (12th July), if you want to be in with the chance of winning a free dyslexia screening test, then head over to our Facebook page where you can enter! Enter here: […]