The Speech Link and Language Link packages help schools support children with speech, language and communication needs. Get a free demo login for your school, call our help desk on 0333 577 0784.
Help with Speech and Language in the Classroom
Our packages include:
- video, printable and animated resources
- appropriate language assessment
- speech screening
- telephone access to our speech and language therapists
- planned language groups
- individual and class reports
- progress monitoring
- teacher and support staff training
Each year our assessments are used to screen about 70,000 pupils for delay in understanding language, 25000 fully resourced language support groups are set up and over 20,000 speech sound screens carried out. Thousands of our training videos are viewed, outcomes recorded and resources printed. To find out how we can help your school, view our short video or contact us directly to find out more (0333 577 0784).
Primary school SLCN packages:
Infant Language Link and Junior Language Link include a language screening assessment and a whole range of supporting resources and advice are provided to address both classroom practice and small group work. The assessments are recommended for use as a universal screen in year R and the start of Key Stage 2.
Speech Link enables teachers to check for delays in the development of speech sounds. Speech work within school or referral to a speech and language therapist is recommended by the screening tool. Guidance, resources and games are provided to enable work with pupils in school.
Secondary SLCN package:
Secondary Language Link package was introduced in January 2014. It equips schools with a standardised screening tool to identify pupil's understanding of language at Key Stage 3. Schools are supported to address the needs of pupils identified using the small group intervention, TALK FITNESS.
Central to the package is a focus on supporting the classroom teaching. The online teacher training package, SLCN Inclusion Toolkit together with the strategies to support differentiation outlined in the Inclusive Teaching Plans enable schools to evaluate their inclusive practice.