• The impact of Covid-19 on teacher’s voice

    by Louise Bingham
    — Speech and Language Therapist 15 Apr 2021

    With it being World Voice Day tomorrow, we look at the potential impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on teacher’s voice; their most important tool.

  • How working from home has changed our posture.

    by Editor 01 Apr 2021

    Many jobs in education require a lot of movement and physical activity to keep up with the children. However, working from home has changed the way educators move. OT Kim Griffin discusses how you can help your body whilst working from home.

  • EEF Blog: Learning recovery and the role of diagnostic assessment – a response by Speech and Language Link

    by Louise Bingham
    — Speech and Language Therapist 12 Mar 2021

    In a recent blog, the EEF’s national content manager, Alex Quigley, discusses the important role of diagnostic assessment in supporting pupils as they return to school. In our response, we highlight the importance of oral language assessment in supporting pupils to successfully return to school and ‘catch-up’.

  • Returning to school and looking towards recovery

    by Louise Bingham
    — Speech and Language Therapist 04 Mar 2021

    With pupils returning to school in the next few days, we look at how best to support children with SLCN using a Recovery Curriculum.

  • You can’t read hieroglyphics if you don’t understand Egyptian!

    by Louise Bingham
    — Speech and Language Therapist 04 Feb 2021

    By trying (and failing) to learn to read hieroglyphics, speech and language therapist, Louise, puts herself in the shoes of children with SLCN and asks why we are trying to teach children to read hieroglyphics (letters) if they don’t understand the language. Reading Time 4 minutes.