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East of England and South West Stronger Practice Hubs - Speech and Language research project opportunity


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ūüďʬ†Calling all early years settings in East of England and South West Stronger Practice Hubs

At Speech and Language UK, we work hard to support the 1.7 million children in the UK who struggle with talking and understanding words.

We have an exciting opportunity for early years settings in the East of England and South West Stronger Practice Hubs, to take part in a research project in partnership with the Education Endowment Foundation (EEF). 

Our Talk Boost programmes help children develop speech and language skills they can use for the rest of their lives. This project will allow us to further understand the impact of our Early Talk Boost intervention.  It will give eligible settings the opportunity to deliver the intervention for FREE!* Taking part will also future-proof your setting, allowing you to deliver the intervention long after the project has ended. 

What is Early Talk Boost?

Early Talk Boost is a targeted intervention aimed at 3‚Äď4-year-old children with difficulties talking and understanding words. It has been created with professionals and backed by the best evidence, so children get exactly the right level of support and challenge they need.

Early years practitioners are provided with:

  • Five hours of live online training
  • Three support sessions from an Early Talk Boost tutor
  • An Early Talk Boost manual and resources pack
  • Guidance for engaging parents and carers
  • Access to an online tracker used to assess children‚Äôs progress.

*Is my setting eligible?   



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