Poor hand writing? Not confident when speaking? Want help with your punctuation? The Rapid English programme may be the answer. And it’s FREE!
April 11, 2016
What is it?
Rapid English is an easy way of helping young people improve their basic reading, writing and speaking skills. The process involves a stand-alone software package aimed at anyone with difficulties such as those with Dyslexia, ADHD, and the Autistic Spectrum, as well as those for whom English is not their first language.
Why use it?
Because it’s different from the traditional school experiences and suited to certain young people, it has been proven to be very successful with those who have not been regularly attending school or who hate the way it is taught. Rapid English engages young people with immediate noticeable improvements -quick wins lead to improved confidence and self- belief. And it’s FREE!
Is this an education tool?
Rapid English is not an education tool, more an intervention tool, operating in key areas of weakness helping young people overcome literacy problems likely to impact on their personal confidence, interview readiness, and basic skills.
What does it do?
Improve reading, writing, speaking and listening skills, helping with interviews for college or jobs, and helping improve their use of sentences and paragraphs – giving young people the ability to express themselves confidently and for CV building.
Want to learn more?
Contact RYS@swindon.gov.uk or ring 01793 464662 and JUST ASK!