Developing Soft Skills at Secondary
The development of ‘soft skills’ is essential for your child to be successful both in school and in the workplace. The great news is that, as their parents, you are best placed to help them develop these invaluable skills.
What are the issues that we need to think about and how can we best help our children and young people at this time of year?
Supporting your child with SLCN in school
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.
Timetables: Starting Secondary School
Juliet Leonard, Speech and Language Therapist, gives some tips for preparing children with SLCN for their transition to secondary school.
Five tips for making speech and language fun this summer!
It’s the age-old question… My child gets bored easily – how do I make their speech and language activities fun again? Sophie shares her advice. Reading time: 3 minutes 21 seconds