Category Archives: Blog


Our Movie


We recently put together a short film to explain a little more about dyslexia and what we do at Launchpad for Learning to help, through the eyes of  pupils, staff and parents.  We hope you enjoy, just follow the link below: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/rbhno9zn8fnygwh/AAD7bMte3hA-CTuXxZT7BwR7a?dl=0    

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Specialist After-School Tutor Vacancy


In response to increased demand for after-school tuition slots, we are looking for a suitably qualified and experienced Specialist Tutor to work one or more evenings per week from January.  Join our dedicated team by completing the application form below and emailing to helen@tomorrowsgenerationschool.co.uk Tutor 2017 application form Job Advert Tutor 2017 Person Specification specialist […]

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Job Vacancy HLTA (Mondays only)


Due to continued expansion we are looking for an experienced and creative HLTA to join our team for one day per week.  Please see the job advertisement at https://www.eteach.com/job.aspx?higher+level+teaching+assistant&vacno=789880&Page=1  for more information and to apply.  Closing date midday on Wednesday 20th September.

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Cycling: Step by Step


Over the summer holidays we ran a cycling course for learners who were finding it a little tricky to learn.  Some of our pupils have issues with gross motor skills, coordination and balance, making learning to ride a bike a real challenge.  I was approached by specialist physiotherapist Gabriella Todd who suggested running a cycling […]

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Job Vacancy: TA one day per week


We are looking for an enthusiastic, dynamic individual to join our team! We have a vacancy for a Teaching Assistant, on Tuesdays initally, from September 2017.  Please download the attached advertisement and application form or contact helen@tomorrowsgenerationschool.co.uk for more details. Job Advert TA Sept 2017    TA SEPT 2017 application form    TAL1PERSON SPEC-JOB DESCRIPTION

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Listening to Books


Not so long ago, a friend was talking to me about her son, who I will call Dan, although that is not his real name. She explained that when he was younger, she had found it difficult to understand why he didn’t enjoy books. She had done all the things that are recommended to parents […]

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The TG News Page


On this page we will post one article per term. For more current news, please refer to our Twitter and Facebook pages. Click on the social media icons to access our Twitter and Facebook pages.

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Touch Typing at Holiday School 9/10/11 August


Every year we introduce some new elements to our Holiday School. We listen to the opinions of our pupils and their parents and make changes so that Holiday School offers a challenging experience combined with a lot of fun. Amongst all our Holiday School activities this year, children will work on their touch typing, which […]

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Wishing for a wishing tree………


We are proud of the fact that all our activities are meticulously planned and carefully evaluated, but that still leaves room for a few serendipitous additions to our working day. A couple of weeks ago, I arrived at the Centre on a bright, sunny morning to find a small tree branch lying on the doorstep. […]

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SpLD / Dyslexia Teacher/Tutor needed!


Our learning centre has continued to develop and has seen us working with more individuals every week. Start Date : November 2015 or as soon as possible thereafter We are seeking to attract suitably experienced and qualified Teachers who have experience in teaching pupils with SpLD, particularly Dyslexia. We are specifically looking for professionals who can […]

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