Speech & Language Home Access

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Speech & Language Home Access

Below are resources we have made available for use at home

  • Blank Levels Presentation (PowerPoint presentation that explains different levels of questioning and how to use this in the home environment)
  • How to support my child at home with limited understanding –

    The Speech and Language Department have put together some tips and information for parents on how to support your child’s home learning, for those who may have difficulties with their understanding.

    These strategies will be helpful for parents who may feel overwhelmed when helping their child to access home learning material. Additionally, this information will be helpful for parents trying to organise a new routine into the home environment as well as helping their child to cope with changes. 

    Please keep sending your questions and concerns for the ‘SaLT Online Clinic’ to admin@treetops.thurrock.sch.uk for help and information on supporting your children with speech, language and communication needs. Please click on the links below to access the resources.

    Attention Autism activity ideas sheet, Attention and Listening Activities, Developing Understanding, Understanding Questions, Visual Timetables and Coping with changes

  • “Playing games is essential for learning but some children can find taking turns a challenge, even with the most simple games.The Speech and Language Department have put together some supportive information for anyone who has seen their child struggle when taking part in turn-taking games. Click here to access the file.

    REMINDER: The Speech and Language virtual clinic is still available for more specific guidance and advice for those who may need help with supporting their child’s speech, language and communication needs in the home environment.

    Please contact via: admin@treetops.thurrock.sch.uk


  • I Spy game – Click on the link to watch a short clip on how to play this game at home