Becoming an accessible school has positive effects all around your school, as well as in the classroom. Take this interactive tour of a school working with Dolphin to become more accessible and experience the wide-reaching impact of the approach.
Staff SEN Training
School staff being trained by Dolphin on how to make information accessible to all.
Improve homework completion
Students can have the same software to use at home as is available in school.
The school IT manager has access to telephone and email support for trouble-free network installation.
Same lesson, just electronic
The teacher hands out today's resources, Susie grabs her electronic, dyslexia-friendly version from the 'Bookshelf' on her laptop.
Alternative format information
The school receptionist offers a new parent the school prospectus in MP3 format.
Building links between home and school
Mum and Dad are watching free videos to learn how to support their son at home.
Dyslexia friendly text
Harry applies a colour wash to his work on screen.
Convenient training sessions
Training for TAs and LSAs on a free interactive classroom session at a time to suit.
Help yourself to accessible books
The teacher searches, finds and downloads Macbeth as a Word file to share with his class.
Hear your typing and documents read back to you by the computer.