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Building up communication and language post pandemic

Wednesday, 1 December, 2021

Course description

Language development is a central concern in the education field, particularly following the recent pandemic. The new curriculum guidance and government priorities focus on language development as a precursor of children’s academic progress and a foundation for better life outcomes. How do we look beyond the impact of the pandemic to support the most vulnerable children to develop those fundamental language skills? During the course, we will:
  • Look at the role played by the different components of language 
  • Consider some of the main difficulties and behaviours that children with delayed language present
  • Plan support strategies to enhance language development
  • Investigate what services to refer to for further support and guidance
Links to Early Years and SEND guidance: Birth to 5 Matters 2021 (Personal Social and Emotional Development; Communication and Language); SEND Code of Practice 2015 (‘The Graduated Approach’ points 5.36-5.46 and 6.44-6.56).   Audience: All Practitioners in Early Years PVI Settings and Schools  

The webinar will take place on the following dates and times:

Session 1: 1st December, 4pm-5.30pm
Session 2: 15th December, 4pm-5.30pm

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