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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

COVID-19 NOVEMBER UPDATE

November 9, 2020

Following the announcement of the Government’s latest Covid-19 lockdown measures, we are unfortunately classed as a ‘non-essential’ business and will therefore be closed for at least the next four weeks. At the end of this period of lockdown, we will […]


Update: Covid-19 Tier 3 Measures

October 22, 2020

At present White Rose Dyslexia Centre is not one of the business sectors specifically designated for closure, as part of the movement of South Yorkshire to Tier 3 measures to combat Covid-19. Since we re-opened in July we have implemented […]


We’re back on the 6th of July!

July 2, 2020

We are pleased to confirm that our team will be back in the office on Monday 6th July 2020 to start the process of getting the business up and running again. Part of that will involve new working practices and […]