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Brace yourselves: boastastic thread :)

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SittingBull Thu 12-Jul-12 05:06:34

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Badvoc Tue 03-Jul-12 18:35:10

Got ds1s report from school yesterday.
He got "very good" and "good" for every subject.
He has really made progress this year for the first time ever....he is in year 4.
His report says, and I quote:
"ds1s reading is accurate with few errors, well paced and expressive"
Not bad for a kid with severe dyslexia eh?
smile

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