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General Parenting Advice and SEND Information

General advice and  information

 

Please see below for a range of resources, courses and advice.

 

Should you require further advice or support please contact Audra Maskell, our Family and Attendance Support Adviser.

a.maskell@st-johns.kent.sch.uk

01892 678980 ext 213

 

Further SEND Advice and information

 

Please see below for a range of resources, courses and advice.

 

Should you require further advice or support please contact Jane Gibby, our SEND Manager.

j.gibby@st-johns.kent.sch.uk

01892 678970

Parent Portal for resources and ideas for parents who have children with speech and language difficulties:  https://speechandlanguage.info/parents 

Children's Speech and Language Therapy have a new video on the Therapies website (https://www.kentcht.nhs.uk/childrens-therapies-the-pod/) called ‘A guide to generalising speech sounds’.  This takes parents/school staff through the stages between a child being able to use a new sound in words in a structured session up to spontaneous speech and has lots of clips of an SLT using the strategies with a child. 

 

Within the Speech Sounds section there are lots of helpful resources  including:


•    Online workshop which covers how sounds are made, how they develop and recommendations for supporting them at home. 
•    Minimal pairs video demonstrating how to use this approach.
•    Phonological awareness video demonstrating lots of activities which develop PA skills. 
•    Top tips for speech video.
•    Cued articulation video which demonstrates lots of the cued artic signs.
•    Access to the EY speech screen tool which parents and settings can use to see if their child would benefit from a referral.

 

Mainstream Core Standards

 

This describes the provision that the local area expects to be made available for children and young people with Special Educational Needs and/or disabilities attending mainstream schools. This guidance is for schools, parents and carers and professionals working with children and young people.

 

Please see below for a Parents' Guide plus a Guide for Professionals:

For more information about Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND) provision at St. Johns, please follow the link below.
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