The class teacher has an important role to play in the process of assessment. In fact the class teacher is the one who is in the best position to identify dyslexia initially and enlist others to assist in the assessment and support process. The class teacher and the subject teacher work with the child more than others and would be able to highlight any discrepancies or unexpected performances. This is particularly the case with the discrepancy between oral and written performances. This chapter will outline the main aspects the class teacher should look out for and how teachers can do this within the curriculum and their own subject areas.