Do you work in a secondary school as a Teacher, Support Staff, SENCO/Inclusion Manager or school Senior Leader?
Are you looking for ideas to help children in your class?
Perhaps you're keen to identify the needs and challenges faced by children, especially those from vulnerable or disadvantaged backgrounds.
Does your school improvement plan include enhancing quality teaching, raising standards and providing impactful interventions?
Here you will find plenty of information, flexible CPD training and instantly downloadable resources ideal for primary aged children.
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Speech & Language Intervention Record Sheet
A handy, printable sheet to record all of your interventions. This will help you to track and monitor progress, as well as collect data.
Supporting Students who Stammer or Stutter
A printable list of easy to implement strategies for staff working with students who have a stammer or stutter.
Schools Staff Skills Audit Tool
A printable audit tool to collect information on the SLCN knowledge and training of your team.
5 Ways to be Speech & Language Friendly in School
A handy ticksheet with 5 different ideas for you to boost speech, language and communication skills in in your setting.
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Flexible, online learning for education providers that leads to measurable impacts and maximises progress.
Learn how to identify and support a whole range of speech, language and communication needs in students across multiple age groups and key stages. With a staggering number of downloadable resources for you to share with your team and put into practise.
So many secondary schools have been without training that caters to the needs of older students. Schools can purchase this training package for their WHOLE staff team. Everyone gets a login and can complete the 4 courses at their own pace.
A commonly overlooked area of difficulty for may children, especially in KS3 upwards, this course helps Teachers and Learning Support Assistants to identify needs and to support progress with simple but effective interventions.
With a huge number of teenagers developing stammers since the pandemic, this course has been a welcome source of information, advice and reassurance for many Teaching staff and parents.