Big Changes are Coming to Admin & Reports

From 28th May you’ll notice some changes to Admin & Reports. Moving forward, licenses will be allocated at the student level, not the group. This means that students within a group can have access to different programs.   Creating a New Student If a student profile is created via the ‘Create New Monkey’ button, they …

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Founding the Bristol Dyslexia Centre

Pat Jones’ teaching style and methods are unique because she believes learning can be and should be fun. This ethos evolved into the Nessy philosophy, and is something that makes Pat’s approach very different to the other Orton-Gillingham programs around the world.

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Comparing Nessy Learning to Saxon Phonics: A Case Study

Tiffany James, Reading and Dyslexia Specialist, compares the traditional paper-based phonics teaching tool (Saxon Phonics) to a digital, games-based alternative (Nessy Learning), and their impact on child literacy. The study followed 22 children from kindergarten to halfway through second grade comparing their results to 22,000 children across the United States who had taken the DIBELs …

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Announcing Nessy’s New Partnership!

Bristol Zoo Gardens is the fifth oldest zoo in the world. Since opening their doors to the public on Monday 11th July 1836, they have helped save 175 species from extinction. We are delighted to announce that we have joined Bristol Zoo Gardens in a very special partnership. We honour their mission to save wildlife …

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The Nessy Login Process is Changing

From February 12th you’ll notice a new way to log in. We’ve done away with the separate admin password ‘lochsmith’ and from now on you’ll be asked to log into Admin & Reports using your email address and password on the homescreen. You may still see the old Nessy log in screen. Please clear your …

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Don’t Wait for Your Child to Fail

I just heard about Ted (not his real name). While staying with his aunt, Ted wanted to write a postcard to his parents. His younger brother quickly wrote his card, but Ted could not get past the first 2 words. He felt ashamed.   How can a child get to 9 years old and not …

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