I thoroughly appreciate your not wanting to "label" your child,
He has been achieving quite well so why burden him with being labelled a dyslexic. Until now!
However, try and think about it from a child's perspective. If you had a broken leg that no-one was aware of, life would be pretty difficult for you. That difficulty is then made worse when others who cannot see your difficulty expect you to run and jump as well as your peers. In these circumstances it would come as a relief to be diagnosed with a broken leg and given a plaster cast. In the short term of course that plaster cast is cumbersome, difficult to contend with and screams to the world that you have a broken leg. In the long term with the right treatment, the leg gets better and the discomfort goes away. Left untreated, well, the consequences speak for themselves.
Dyslexia, dyspraxia etc are often hidden difficulties, but if left untreated becomes painful and uncomfortable in terms of consequences.
It may help you to know that I have two dyslexic children, and a third with more labels than your average jam-jar,
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