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Ideas For Language Delayed Sen Children In Reception


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I have a mixed R/Y1 class which includes 3 boys with quite delayed langugae development and social development. 2 have statements and 1 is undergoing statutory assessment at the moment. They are all Y1, though one of the boys is an August birthday and we have all agreed for him to be educated a year below, to give him more of a chance to slot in with his peers. This boy is the one whose statement gives him 15 hours of support and lunchtime support. Fortunately we will be able to use this support for the 3 boys, as they have similar needs and arein the same class- they need to play and talk.! When they were assessed they were all around P2-3.

 

Is there anyone in mainstream who works with children with a simar level of need who has any brilliant ideas/thoughts on best placements for them. We have been using a language programme that concentrates on naming and classifying objects, e.g. animals, household objects. Last year, the 3 boys spent 3 afternoons working with the nursery children as it was a smaller environment and more appropriate for their needs (we had mixed R/Y1 last year too). Even thought the 2 of them are Y1 this year, they will need to work to the foundation curriculum as they achieved between 0-2 of the profile points each across most areas at the end of last year.

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We use a programme called Salley, stands for - Structured Activities in Language and Literacy in the Early Years. We have had very good results with this programme in Reception and with pupils with language delay and poor phonological awareness in Year 1 / 2.

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