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Wednesday 6th November 2019
Congratulations to Code Read Chairperson Sandra Marshall

Literacy Advocate & Code REaD Chairperson Dr Sandra Marshall - Finalist for 2020 South Australian of the Year Award.

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Tuesday 5th November 2019
Thanks for the Support

Now that Dyslexia Awareness month is over we thought that a little thank you was in order. We've turned heads at trade shows. We've shook hands with City Mayors. We've even climbed The Blackpool Tower. From landmarks in the land of OZ, historical hospitals in India and the iconic The Iron Bridge in the UK, the #GoRed movement has reached […]

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Monday 4th November 2019
Last but by no means Least

The Way Youth Zone in Wolverhampton joined the #Go Red movement last week, just in time and from the inside out. To find out more about this great organisation - click here

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Monday 4th November 2019
SW1 Library lights up Read, sorry Red.

The SW1 Library in Telford went read, sorry red, last week and joined the #Go Red movement in style.

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Friday 1st November 2019
The BDA - Dyslexia Awareness Week Plans 2020

The BDA have announced their plans for Dyslexia Awareness week 2020, which include aligning with other dyslexia days, weeks and months around the world by taking a proactive part in Red for Dyslexia activity. Find out more here - https://www.bdadyslexia.org.uk/news/dyslexia-week-2020-plans-announced-by-british-dyslexia-association

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Friday 1st November 2019
Mersey Gateway Bridge

The Mersey Gateway Bridge joined the #Go Red movement in style last week, lighting the expansive bridge's 'sails' red and raising awareness of Dyslexia.

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Tuesday 29th October 2019
#GoRed reaches Wales

Last week #GoRed reached Cardiff, as the city joined the movement of raising dyslexia awareness and lit their City Hall Red.

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Monday 28th October 2019
Decoding Dyslexia Oregon - Taking us for a ride

Photo credit: Andie Petkus Photography

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Monday 28th October 2019
#MarkitRead in Canada, still making a splash

The #Markitread campaign is still making waves in Canada, with the amazing Niagara falls joining in with raising awareness of Dyslexia.

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Monday 28th October 2019
Now for something a little different!

It's not everyday a roundabout is lit up a different colour than white, but joining the #GoRed movement, Swindon town council did just that and lit the Greenbridge roundabout red last week.

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The colour red started making an appearance on landmarks in various global locations after an initial campaign founded in Australia in 2015 called Code Read. The founders were mothers who whose aim was to raise greater awareness of dyslexia and advocated for their children. The fact you’re reading this today is testament to their commitment and success. Many dyslexia campaigners share common goals around equal access to literacy and reading, pushing for:

• dyslexia-aware teachers
• early screening and identification
• appropriate support
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