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Specialist and advisory teachers

Autism spectrum conditions

Our specialist teacher for ASC is highly experienced and can support individual cases, staff training or autism focused learning walks in setting to ensure your environment is meeting the needs of children and young people with ASC. 


Interaction and communication; training and interventions

Our advisory teacher for interaction and communication has years of teaching experience including senior level management in an Ofsted rated 'Outstanding' secondary school. 

Blank language assessment:

Blank language assessments aim to identify the types of questions a child can understand so you can help them learn better. We provide the teacher with feedback and strategies to use inn class using specific examples. 

Teacher Consultations:

Working directly with the class teacher to discuss strategies to support children in their class. 

WOWW! Coach – Working on What Works: 

A whole class approach to improving classroom behaviour. We've seen some fabulous results of WOWW projects with one WOWW class leading to a whole WOWW school. One hour per week for six weeks can have huge, positive effects on pupils and staff at all age groups. 


Parent coffee morning/communication workshop:

Discussion around the importance of effective communication at home. Questions and strategies to promote conversation and social interaction and sharing books with children. The session finishes with a Q&A. 


  • An introduction to supporting children with SLCN

  • Being Word Wise; practical strategies to support vocabulary development

  • Considerate Questioning; supporting children with difficulties understanding in class

  • Precision Teaching Practical Strategies

  • Precision Teaching Refresher

Both specialist teachers are able to work alongside your Educational Psychologist as part of your flexible SLA or bought in separately.

For more information on our specialist and advisory teachers, get in touch.

01482 643458 |

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