Category Archive for: ‘Research Round Up’

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Research Round Up – June 2019

This round up of recent reports and studies focuses on vulnerable children; language and literacy; and Developmental Language Disorder (DLD) Vulnerable children Timpson Review Of school exclusion DfE (May 2019) Edward Timpson’s review highlights the variation in exclusions practice. It mentions the high numbers of pupils with SEND who are excluded. The review makes 30 recommendations around leadership, training, creating incentives …

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Research Round Up December – 2018

McKean C., Reilly S., Bavin E. L., Bretherton L., Cini E, Conway L., Cook F., Eadie P., Prior M., Wake M.and ,Mensah F. (2017) Language Outcomes at 7 Years: Early Predictors and Co-Occurring Difficulties Paediatrics 139: 3 In a study carried out in Australia, 1910 infants were recruited at age 8-10 months and followed up at ages 2 and 4 years …

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Research Round Up – September 2018

This quarter, the Education Endowment Foundation (EEF) have published several reports: A report on the pilot evaluation of the Voice 21: Improving Oracy Programme. Schools in the trial spent one hour a week developing pupils’ spoken language and communication skills to help them express their thoughts and ideas. Schools received materials and training in oracy based approaches. The programme showed …

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Research Round Up – February 2018

We keep our ears to the ground ensuring that all of our work is evidence based and relevant to the needs of children with speech, language and communication needs (SLCN). Here are some of the key findings and studies published in the new year you don’t want to have missed. The Ofsted Early Years report Bold Beginnings: Reception Curriculum in …

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Research Round Up – December 2017

As we approach the end of the year, the reports that have been commissioned during the first school term have been coming through thick and fast. Here are some of the key findings and studies you don’t want to have missed. The Department of Education (DfE) published “Good intentions, good enough?” an independent report into the experiences and outcomes of …

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