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  • Don’t Exclude Me: Behaviour is Communication

    by Juliet Leonard
    — Speech and Language Therapist 14 Oct 2021

    Following BBC 2’s ‘Don’t Exclude Me’ series, Juliet Leonard, Speech and Language Therapist reviews the importance of communication in supporting behaviour changes.

  • We are Teach Primary Winners and Teach Secondary Finalists

    by Guest Writer 12 Oct 2021

    We are happy to announce that we have won a Teach Primary award and are finalists for a Teach Secondary Award.

  • Ways to Develop Speech, Language and Communication Skills Through Play

    by Guest Writer 07 Oct 2021

    How Can We Help Children Develop Their Speech, Language and Communication Skills During Play?

  • Supporting your child with SLCN in school

    by Guest Writer 23 Sep 2021

    Join Speech and Language Consultant, Kate Freeman, as she discusses the best ways to support your child as they go back to school this new year.

  • What can COVID 19 teach us about learning vocabulary?

    by Juliet Leonard
    — Speech and Language Therapist 09 Sep 2021

    Juliet Leonard, Speech and Language Therapist discusses the new words our children have learned during the pandemic, and the insights this gives for learning vocabulary.

  • SaLT Conferences in the Autumn Term

    by Guest Writer 14 Aug 2021

    We are so happy that face-to-face conference are happening again, take a look at where we will be this Autumn term.

  • A New and Improved Secondary Language Link

    by Guest Writer 12 Aug 2021

    Exciting changes are afoot for Secondary Language Link and subscribers can expect a host of new interventions and features, from September 2021.

  • Timetables: Starting Secondary School

    by Juliet Leonard
    — Speech and Language Therapist 12 Aug 2021

    Juliet Leonard, Speech and Language Therapist, gives some tips for preparing children with SLCN for their transition to secondary school.

  • #ChildrenAtTheHeart

    by Guest Writer 11 Aug 2021

    We have joined the National Children’s Bureau in the call for the government to put children at the heart of the nation’s recovery #ChildrenAtTheHeart

  • Primary teachers - do you need some sensory inspiration?

    by Guest Writer 05 Aug 2021

    Occupational therapist Kim Griffin’s new book, ‘100 ideas for Primary Teachers: Sensory Processing Difficulties’ provides primary school teachers with activities, practical ideas and tips for working with children who have sensory processing difficulties. Read on for more details and information about using for ear defenders successfully.