Hello and welcome... Xtraordinary People believes that with the right support, dyslexics can achieve extraordinary things. Our aim is to ensure that anyone with dyslexia can be empowered to succeed.
Kate Griggs, XP Founder (dyslexic)
I'm dyslexic and so are four of my children. It can be very difficult in the beginning but then you learn to cope with it. ”
Sir Richard Branson
Being dyslexic can actually help in the outside world. I see some things clearer than other people do because I have to simplify things to help me and that has helped others. ”
I hated school and felt really held back by my dyslexia. Xtraordinary People's campaign to provide a specialist teacher in every school is fantastic ”
(Hans Albert Einstein, on his father) Albert Einstein
His teachers reported that he was mentally slow, unsociable, and adrift forever in his foolish dreams ”
I was, on the whole, considerably discouraged by my school days. It was not pleasant to feel oneself so completely outclassed and left behind at the beginning of the race ”
Sir Richard Branson stars in inspirational children’s audio book.
Sir Richard Branson talks exclusively about his struggles with dyslexia to inspire children, parents and teachers.
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A wealth of famous achievers from both past and present have the X Factor. In fact so many extraordinary people have 'suffered' from the ability to look at things differently, it's faintly ludicrous to still consider it as a sign of ignorance, laziness or inferiority.
So if you've got it yourself, don't be shy about it, you're in good company. John Lennon, Albert Einstein and Winston Churchill did pretty well, despite this so-called handicap, along with today's modern achievers like Richard Branson, Jamie Oliver and Robbie Williams.
But with so much potential, why are so many dyslexic children failing at school, unable to read, write or do maths properly?
This website aims to uncover the truth and empower everyone to tackle the issue of dyslexia.About Us
No-one realised Hassan was severely dyslexic....even when he arrived at Secondary school.read more