Resources Introduction

We have a range of products and resources, which are evidence informed, with identified outcomes for children's language and wider learning. Our resources aim to support the speech, language and communication skills of all children, including those with SLCN.

We provide "off the shelf" resources as well as developing bespoke materials on request

Early Years Resources

Talking Tigers

"Talking Tigers" supports early listening, vocabulary, understanding and use of language for 3 to 5 year old children. It is an intervention for children with language delay and develops these skills through a range of activities linked to familiar picture book stories.

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Chatterboxes

A set of 25 activities to support listening, understanding and talking for 3 to 5 year old children. The activities can be integrated into your daily routine, embedding good practice for supporting children's communication in the early years.

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Get ready for Phonics

"Get ready for Phonics" supports the early phonological awareness skills needed for literacy, targeted at 4 to 6 year old children. It is an intervention for children struggling with early phonics and develops these skills through a range of activities.

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School Resources

Get ready for Phonics
 
"Get ready for Phonics" supports the early phonological awareness skills needed for literacy, targeted at 4 to 6 year old children. It is an intervention for children struggling with early phonics and develops these skills through a range of activities.

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Language Legends
Language legends is a targeted intervention for children in Key stage 2. It supports children with delayed language to develop listening and understanding, vocabulary and collaborative working between the children.

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Communication Curriculum
 
Our communication curriculum supports children in years 7 and 8 with poor language skills. The children attend lessons designed to develop understanding, use of language and improved interaction between peers. Outcomes evidence significant impact on overall progression.

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