Communication and Language

Communication 

The Communication Trust produce some really useful materials. 

  

Click here for some really simple ways to develop your child’s communication skills at home through play. 

Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) 

 

There is a huge range of tablet apps available to support individuals who use augmentative and alternative communication (AAC). Click here for some ideas. Some of these are free and others are paid for, if you are unsure which app may be used to best support an individual, please contact your class team for advice.  

 

Language

The NHS Foundation have developed a range of free resources to support speech sounds, that include worksheets and practical ideas  - https://www.humber.nhs.uk/services/childrens-speech-resources.htm

More free resources on speech sounds can be found here and here 

Why not try a some different online games on speech sounds - https://parent-games.speechandlanguage.info/  

Click here for a range of word games to play at home to help develop vocabulary

Use these resources to help two, three and four key word understanding: 

Sensory Stories 

 

Our pupils (and staff) love a good old story. Sensory stories are brilliant for engaging..

 

Children of all ages through all of their senses. Have a go at the stories below which require some simple props