We have regular meetings on Wednesday evenings - see dates below. They usually take place at:
The Friends Meeting House (in Cedar Road)

However, because of the coronavirus epidemic, all public meetings will take place via Zoom. Please see below for details.

Upcoming Meetings

Parents/Carers Drop-In Session

14th September at 10 a.m.

Parents/ Carers Drop-in Session

The next Parent /Carer Drop-In session will take place on Wednesday 14th September 2022 (10.00  -11.30 am) at Oaks Park Cafe, Carshalton. There is a free car park at the Croydon Road entrance and there is outdoor undercover seating at the café.
Parents and carers of children with dyslexia are welcome to come along, meet others and exchange ideas. Members of the committee will be there to chat to you too.

Time: 10 a.m. – 11.30 a.m.

Venue: Oaks Park Cafe, Croydon Lane, Carshalton, Surrey SM7 3BA

We will meet outside the cafe.

Wednesday 28th September 2022 on Zoom

Zoom Meeting

Morph Mastery: Using a morphological approach to support reading, spelling and language development for learners with specific learning difficulties

A talk by Louise Selby, an advisory teacher, who has devised the Morph Mastery programme. She will provide information for both parents and teachers on how to use the a morphological approach to spelling and reading.

In this session, Louise will briefly guide you through the theory and research base for using morphology, followed by the background to the development of Morph Mastery. You’ll be shown the curriculum based assessments, films of morphological teaching in action, and you’ll have a chance to practise the methods and play some of the games.

Louise worked as a specialist advisory teacher in Hertfordshire Local Authority for 11 years, and before this, as a class teacher and SENCO in the primary sector and also as a teacher of learners with English as an Additional Language. She now works freelance in advising, training and supporting schools in meeting the needs of learners with SpLD, as well as assessing for specific learning difficulties (dyslexia). You can find out more about her work on

If you would like to see an example of her work, please copy and paste the YouTube link below.

Registration will open on August 31st 2022