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Early Talk Boost: The development of our new intervention for 3-4 year olds

By Louisa Reeves, Lead Communication Adivsor I CAN’s latest early years project has been to develop an intervention to support children with delayed language and communication skills, as we know early years practitioners have concerns about the numbers of children with delayed language in their settings. We found this out through the Early Language Development Programme and from training and …

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Talk about Talk Secondary

The start of a new I CAN pilot is always an exciting, if usually very busy time. Talk about Talk Secondary (TaTS for short) is the latest project for secondary schools and we’re now in full flow on this pilot which runs until March 2017. Last term we were busy recruiting 18 mainstream secondary schools who were keen to make …

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No Pens Day Wednesday – 7th October 2015

With less than three weeks to go until No Pens Day Wednesday 2015, we thought we’d let you know about the fantastic new resources that have recently gone live on the website. Firstly, we have added a range of new free lesson plans for Secondary, Special and Early Years settings, bringing our total number of Trust lesson plans on the site to almost …

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Book now: Dawn House School Pupil Participation Conference

Dawn House School are currently in the midst of planning their seventh Pupil Participation Conference. It will begin for any youngsters amongst us (aged 16-19 years) that wish to participate in a social evening of food, fun and frolics on the eve of 15th October and will continue on Friday 16th October for both the young people, our staff, professionals and parents. WHO, WHAT, …

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The early years pupil premium: Helping to demonstrate evidence of impact.

Since April 2015 disadvantaged three and four-year-olds in early years settings in England have been able to benefit from extra funding in the form of the early years pupil premium (EYPP).  This is all part of the Government’s drive to improve the quality of education for these most disadvantaged children and narrow the gap between them and their more advantaged peers. …

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