Castlehead High in Paisley

21st February 2003 at 00:00
(Photograph) - S1 and S2 pupils at Castlehead High in Paisley have been using integrated learning systems for six years. "Children enjoy it and it's quite competitive because of the scoring system," Sue Walker, the head, says. The approach is proving particularly effective with dyslexic students.

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