SL Multimedia’s response to Special Educational Needs in England school census
Recently, the government published the SEN in England school census reporting that the number of pupils with SEN in England has increased by 77,000 pupils to nearly 1.5 million.
Transitioning from one place to another - top tips
Moving from one activity to another can often be difficult for a child. SaLT, Juliet Leonard gives her top tips to support children making a transition from one place to another.
Speech and language in the garden
You can help develop children’s speech and language skills anywhere and everywhere. Here SaLT, Louise Bingham, takes to her garden to show how you can bring speech and language to the outdoors.
Supporting new students with EAL
In response to requests for advice, Juliet Leonard, speech and language therapist, discusses how to support new students with EAL who are joining British schools.
Primary schools to be banned from permanently excluding children
Commission on young lives calls for an end to ‘Exclusions Culture’ - Claire Chambers examines the link between speech, language and communication difficulties and behaviour.
Quick tips for supporting speech and language at home
It’s not always easy to think of ways to help develop your child’s speech and language skills especially when family life is so busy. We asked our speech and language therapists for some quick tips to help.
SEND Review: Right support Right place Right time
Read SL Multimedia’s response to the DfE green paper published 29th March.
Why improving speech, language and communication skills must be part of the Government’s Levelling Up agenda
The Government’s education white paper Opportunity for All was released on 28th March 2022. Read SL Multimedia’s response.
Infant Language Link has earned an EdTech Impact Summer Award!
A big thank you to all the schools who took the time to send in reviews.
Talking about war with children
How do I talk to my children about the war? Juliet Leonard, Speech and Language Therapist and Mum of 4 shares her experiences.