Friends, staff, supporters, trustees and a Wales international rugby star were welcomed to the official opening of the Tomorrow’s Generation Dyslexia Centre on Wednesday 11th March.
Rugby star Lee Byrne took time out of his busy schedule to officially open the centre and to meet some of our pupils benefitting from the specialist provision on offer at the centre.
Lee didn’t simply pop his head in either, instead spending time meeting the staff and listening to the pupils share what some of what they’d recently learnt.
Tomorrow’s Generation were also extremely pleased to be able to open our doors to the charitable organisation Wooden Spoon, who have generously supported us with a grant to assist with the costs of refurbishing and moving to our new location.
With core values of passion, integrity, teamwork and fun, Wooden Spoon is the UK’s leading grant-making charity dedicated to helping disadvantaged and disabled children and young people through rugby and their help has certainly ensured an environment where passion, integrity, teamwork and fun can all be incorporated into learning.
Our Founder, Anders Hedlund said, “I am immensely proud of how far we’ve come and that Tomorrow’s Generation is able to make a real difference to young dyslexic learners. This is our first learning centre and we’d love to be able to open more in the future.”
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