Pupils can count on new numeracy aid

February 25th, 2010

From the Journal

YOUNGSTERS at a North East school are helping to promote a pioneering teaching method developed in the region to support children who suffer from “number blindness”.

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Dyslexia Debate: Eliminating illiteracy

August 23rd, 2009

An article written by Celia Stone in response to an article by Graham Stringer MP for Blackley

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Counting on fun

September 6th, 2007

From Newcastle Evening Chronicle

“…We are passionate about making learning easier and more fun and seeing pupils succeed …”

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So massively impressed

June 21st, 2007

From Senco forum

… I went to a seminar about this new product and was so massively
impressed I wanted to draw it to the attention of others who may benefit …

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Children can count on our new Addacus

July 3rd, 2006

From the Bradford Telegraph and Argus
“The abacus has been transformed into a modern-day teaching tool to help dyslexic pupils overcome numeracy problems.

Teacher Celia Stone has created the Addacus as a way of getting pupils with the learning difficulty to understand numbers.”

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