Best Practice Focus: SLCN in key stage 3

Speech, language and communication needs can be the underpinning reason for many other problems and should be on the radar of every secondary school. In a five-part series, Matt Bromley looks at how to support SLCN in key stage 3

This five-part series, which ran in SecEd during the spring term of 2019, focuses on how schools and teachers can best support the speech, language and communication needs (SLCN) of pupils in key stage 3.

Author Matt Bromley looks at whole-school systems for identifying SLCN, how to best support SLCN – including via quality first teaching – a range of teaching strategies to meet pupls' SLCN, and other effective interventions.

The series is available to download for free as a pdf by clicking here.

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