Winners of the Week

Dear Parents,

This is nearly our last winner of the week blog for this academic years.

I am so proud of all the children, as all have made progress and achieved their goals, and a thankyou to the parents for their support in making this all possible.

This week our winners are:

Max – Max past his phonics test and moved up a level with swimming. Well Done Max!!
Itamar – Moved up two more reading levels. Well Done Itamar!!
Dilan – Made progress with his social skills – School said to mum:” Dilan had an amazing year and he does not stand out as much from the other children now”. Well Done Dilan!!

Thank you everyone for committing to the program!!
Florence
Neuro-Cognitive Practitioner

 

Winner of the Week

Dear Parents,

This is the amazing story of Carl and his journey. When I first met Carl in early 2016, Carl (11yrs) he was hardly able to read, he also demonstrated delay in most motor skills. With the exercises and the Fast ForWord programme, Carl made a fantastic progress with his motor skills and even his neurologist were surprised with his progress. He has also started to enjoy books and is now able to read fluently.
Go to our Facebook page to read Carl’s  Mum’s testamonial and read just how extraordinary Carl is and what he has had to overcome. Truely inspirational.

Well Done Carl!!

Best regards

Florence Gardam

Neuro Cognitive Practitioner

THE EXERCISES ARE ESSENTIAL FOR THE SUCCESS OF THE PROGRAMME

Winner Of The Week

Dear Parents,
This weeks winner is Frankie who achieved his goal, of gaining his Pen License, after struggling with his writing at school.      Well Done Frankie!!

 

 

 

 

 

 

Keep up the fantastic work at home.

Florence

Neuro Cognitive Practitioner

 

 

Winner of the Week

Dear Parents,

Omar has had issues with attention and focus, within a few months on the program we are seeing significant progress and it hasn’t gone unnoticed at school. Well Done Omar!!

Please read the letter from his school to Marisol, Omar’s mum:

In today’s history lesson, we were studying medicine in the middle ages. As a class, students watched a film and read from two pages in the textbook. Afterwards, students were asked to work in pairs and complete some questions about the subject. In all three tasks, Omar was brilliant. He was attentive in the film, he listened while other students read, and he worked extremely hard to answer as many of the questions as he could. Well done Omar! I look forward to having him for history again tomorrow.
Always rewarding to read of a childs progress.

Keep up the  hard work and the results will come.

Best

Florence

Winners of the Week

Two winners this week…

Chris Taran – Got a certificate for being Star of the Week – Chris struggled with attention and focus at school but now he is able to stay at school all day. Well Done Chris!!

Bartu Mergen – Has made fantastic progress with his reading. His improved from stage 4 to stage 7. He also made progress with his spelling as well and his able
to spell 90% of the words in his test.Well Done Bartu!!

Both kids work on the Sound Training and Movement with the Forbrain headphones.

Well Done to both of them!!

Regards

Florence
Neuro Cognitive Practitioner

Winner of the Week

Dear Parents,
Wow, fantastic effort from Liam,
Liam struggled with his attention and focus, school was a challenge.  We’ve just received news from Liam’s teacher -Liam completed all 3 sets of homework in one go and this after  only a few months on the program. I am so proud.
Well Done Liam!!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

You all know what you need to do, keep up the hard work and the results will come.

Regards

Florence
Neuro Cognitive Practitioner

Winner of the Week

Dear Parents,

I am so proud of Carl (11yrs)

Carl is an amazing boy who has struggled with his health from an early age.  As a result of his condition, he found reading very challenging and progress was very slow.

Thanks to the FFW programme and the daily exercises, Carl is now able to read fluently and enjoy books. Well Done Carl!!

Carl is an inspiration to us all, despite his struggles, he works hard to succeed.

Keep up the good work everyone!!

Best regards

Florence

Winners of the Week

Dear Parents,

A great start for the summer term:

Max – Moved up another reading level at school.
Well Done Max!!
Read the note from his teacher.

Hassam – Within a month on the programme, Hassam moved a reading level at school. Prior to this he was on the same reading level for 18 months. Well Done!!

Hassam has also made fantastic progress with his writing skills.

Keep up the good work!

Best regards

Florence

Winners of the Week

Dear Parents,

I am so happy with the results this term, so many children have made fantastic progress;

Annabel Little (Year 6) – Annabel struggled with her Reading and Maths.Her teacher told her parents that her test results
were so good that she can attempt the SATS and she is considered to be the most improved student!!! Well Done Annabel!!

Fenner Brockway – Received a certificate for progress with language and recalling names. Well Done Fenner!!

Cian Richardson – This message came from Cian’s mum: “Just had a parents evening at school. They can see improvements already. He’s processing things faster, more confident and generally doing better all around. Well Done Cian!!

Itamar Copitch – Moving another reading level – not too long before he becomes free reader. Well Done Itamar!!

Keep up the good work!!
Have a great Easter break.
Best regards
Florence

Winner of the Week

Dear Parents,

I am so proud of all the children that come to see me, every week I get such fantastic news!

Dylan McLoughlin – Dylan received a gold award for achieving 75 house points and good attitude for learning – Fantastic team spirit and never giving up. Well Done Dylan!!

Frankie Maguire – Well Done to Frankie for receiving Head Teacher’s Award for excellent Maths Work. Well Done Frankie!!

Well Done Everyone, keep up the daily exercises!!

Best regards

Florence