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Amazing Progress: Daniel’s Chatta Journey

Daniel has dyslexia. Daniel’s mum, Dianne, explains how the Chatta approach has helped him. How does Daniel use Chatta at home? We primarily use Chatta…

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Huge Progress: Tyler’s Chatta Story

Tyler is 7 and is autistic. The Chatta Approach has been used by both Tyler’s school and his family. Tyler’s mum, Lindsey, explains here: How…

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Chatta Changes Lives! Join Us

Chatta is a simple, powerful classroom approach which is used by teachers and teaching assistants and by families at home. The approach was designed to…

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Chatta And Dyslexia: The Thoughts of A Parent

The Chatta approach was designed to be used both in the classroom by teachers and at home. The simplicity and consistency of Chatta saves time…

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12 Schools Have Joined Chatta’s New Project Funded By The Shine Trust

SHINE is funding a groundbreaking new initiative to improve the communication and language skills of disadvantaged young children in Hull. Concern that only 68 per…

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Chatta in Helsinki

Chatta founder, Chris Williams, led workshops in schools in Helsinki last week as part of Helsinki Education Week. Chris was joined by Cheryl Bowers, Head…

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News just in: New data shows Chatta’s strong impact on progress in speaking

Brilliant news for Chatta:  Strong impact in Hull is leading to city-wide launch for families  Chatta’s impact in Hull. Chatta was introduced to families across the…

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Dual Coding and Evidence Informed Teaching

Dual Coding and Evidence Informed Teaching “people learn more deeply from words and pictures than from words alone” Professor Richard Meyer The theory of ‘dual…

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10 different ways Chatta is making an impact on learning

How is Chatta used? Chatta’s main focus is oral narrative competence as evidence demonstrates that this is the most significant indicator of future writing competence….

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Oracy and Writing: Why does your school need ‘chatta’?

Oracy and Writing: Why does your school need ‘chatta’? It is widely known that ‘if children can’t say it, they can’t write it’ So, where…

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