From February 12th you’ll notice a new way to log in. We’ve done away with separate admin password 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 browsing data using …
Nessy has been undergoing some technical support fixes currently that will be rolled out across the platform Thursday 25th January at 10pm. Nessy may be temporarily unavailable during the update so please bear with us.
Nessy Reading & Spelling has some exciting new features going live Thursday evening! If you have the program, click here to find out what new additions we’ve made.
If you have Nessy Reading & Spelling or Dyslexia Quest, things might look a little different when you log in tomorrow. We’ve added some exciting new features and updates to both programs.
Target Mode is a new feature that is enabled by default when a new account is created. It will not let children move through Nessy Reading & Spelling until they have taken both Nessy Challenges and have 5 reading and 5 spelling targets set.
Schools in the UK don’t regularly teach touch typing, but with the prominence of computers and technology in today’s society it’s an invaluable skill to learn. We’ve compiled 5 reasons you should start learning to touch type immediately!
Our Nessy YouTube Channel has helpful videos with tips and tricks, to make learning that little bit easier. We’ve compiled 5 reading strategies you can try this summer to keep kids learning over the holidays. Try showing them these fun and educational videos and see what sticks!
Nessy’s admin & reports section is jam-packed with loads of useful information to help you track your student’s progress, see what they’re working on, download resources and more. This week I look at how you can best utilize the admin & reports section to make sure you’re getting the most out of Nessy Reading & Spelling.
Knowing where to start when planning a story is hard, the initial concept is abstract, with no concrete image to latch onto – particularly difficult for children with dyslexia who are usually very visual thinkers.
There are some simple things to remember when starting to plan any story that will make it easier for your child to stay on track and have a clear idea of where their tale is heading.
One of the most prominent symptoms of dyslexia is low phonological awareness. This means people with dyslexia often have difficulty identifying and manipulating syllables or letter sounds.
For children, identifying the components of a multisyllabic word can be challenging and it’s important they understand the essential building blocks of our language in order to learn to spell, and form words and sentences.