Category Archive for: ‘Speech and Language Therapists’

Staff and pupils at Dawn House School welcome Chairman of Nottinghamshire County Council

On 17th April, staff and pupils at I CAN’s Dawn House School in Mansfield, Nottinghamshire welcomed Councillor Keith Walker, Chairman of Nottinghamshire County Council and his Consort, Mrs. Inga Walker to receive a tour of the school. The special school run by I CAN is for children aged 5 to 19 years with severe and complex speech, language and communication needs …

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Debutots guest blog: Making Pretend Play a Reality

Lucy Smith, Debutots Franchisee, tells how she discovered how to really play with her children. Einstein once said “Logic takes you from A to B, but imagination will take you everywhere”.  Not one of his more famous discoveries, I admit, and as a busy mum with two energetic and demanding young children, not one I might have considered particularly relevant …

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Guest blog from Talking Tots

As speech & language therapists Lisa and Tracey, the founders of Talking Tots, know the importance of helping children to develop some of life’s most important skills: Concentration and attention to make learning easier Pre-literacy skills which help pave the way for reading and writing Communication skills which help little ones express themselves Sharing and taking turns, helping everyone get …

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Dawn House School Headteacher: the day Newsround visited our school

There was an excited buzz in the air as pupils arrived at school on Friday 10th February. Snow had fallen the night before and unlike most days when we have snow, pupils were not altogether happy to see it! ‘They’re travelling from Manchester and the roads might be closed’ pupils groaned whilst others shouted the groaners down confident that when …

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Guest Blog post on I CAN Chatterbox Challenge by Cheeky Monkeys

The Cheeky Monkeys focused on the nursery rhyme ‘Row Row Row Your Boat’ for the I CAN Chatterbox Challenge. The focus this year was to highlight the opportunity of developing physical movement through action rhymes. The children were involved in making their own boats in preparation for the challenge to take them to the boating lake and discover if they …

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