Support in Setting or School
What can the setting/school do?
- Use the SLCN Pathway as guidance for
supporting your child in his/her setting/school
- Explain the procedures the
setting/school will follow to support your child
- Talk to you and your child and seek
your views – you know your child best and your views are
- Gather information about your child
and how he/she learns best
- Help you to better understand your
- Provide suggestions for you to help your child at
home (e.g. specific handouts, newsletters and/or refer you to
Afasic (External Website)
and/or Talking Point (External
- Have a look at 'Get
Worcestershire Talking!' (PDF 104 KB) for fun ideas and games
to support children’s speaking and listening
- Invite you to attend review meetings
to discuss the progress your child is making
- Involve you and your child in
planning and in reviewing your child’s progress
- Support you and your child at
transition stages (e.g. from home to nursery, nursery to school,
class to class, school to school). Find out more about supporting
- Ask for your consent before possibly
seeking the advice from relevant professionals who visit the
setting or school. These professionals will work with you and the
setting/school to plan a way forward for your child. This might be
a specialist from Health such as a Speech and Language Therapist or
someone from one of the Local Authority Support Services. Find out more information about what can be
expected if outside agencies become involved...
The Parent/Carer Questionnaire is intended to
be used by settings/schools, to give parents the opportunity to
raise any concerns they may have about their child's needs and the
provision that is being made for them.
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Council and Worcestershire PCT 2011.
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the communication needs of all children.
- Hello Campaign
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- Language for Learning
Provides courses and resources for staff from Early Years to
Secondary Level and training and materials for trainers to deliver
these courses within their own Authorities
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Information from Worcestershire's NHS about speech and language
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This page was last reviewed 17 May 2013 at 13:41.
The page is next due for review 13 November 2014.