Wear green on Thursday 4 October for Dyslexia Awareness Week


Share your picture on social media with #GoGreenforDyslexia and join in the Twitter discussions taking place throughout the week and more.

Dyslexia is more common than you might imagine, and it is the most common learning difficulty.  

We're supporting Dyslexia Awareness Week here at Greenwich with a range of activities you can get involved with, including wearing green on Thursday 4 October to show your support.  Share your picture on social media with #GoGreenforDyslexia and tag @UniofGreenwich

Did you know dyslexia can be hereditary, and the dyslexic brain is typically more creative?

Look for more "did you know" facts about dyslexia on Twitter on Tuesday.  

Dyslexia affects people from all walks of life, including celebrities such as Steve Spielberg, Bill Gates and Lewis Hamilton.

The short video below, What does dyslexia mean to you? from the British Dyslexia Association shows that it isn't just about reading and writing, and shares what dyslexia means to the people they asked.

For more information about how the university can support you with dyslexia contact