All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘secondary years’

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Dawn House School students shortlisted for ShortReel 2015 competition!

Congratulations are in order for a group of students from I CAN’s Dawn House School after their film, Ghetto Kids, was shortlisted for ShortReel 2015 – a filmmaking competition for students aged 14-19. ShortReel, a competition for young filmmakers in eastern and central England, was launched by the Cambridge Film Festival in association with the Arts Film Club, this year …

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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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It’s not too late to secure training from I CAN for your September INSET Day!

With the new school year fast approaching, many schools are looking for productive training opportunities for their INSET days. The forthcoming INSET days provide the perfect opportunity for schools and settings to develop their expertise in supporting the communication development of their pupils. The following training packages available from I CAN cover the entire school remit from the early years …

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Help us make an impact with Talk about Talk

Talk about Talk is a training and tutoring programme provided by I CAN that develops young people’s communication skills. It supports vulnerable young people; those who are struggling to access training or employment, who may be excluded from education, or at risk of offending – many of these young people will have communication difficulties but often they won’t have been …

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A Reflection on Engage in Education by Su Vosper

Over the last two years I’ve been part of the I CAN team of advisors working on the Engage in Education project.   As a speech and language therapist, by background, it’s been a very different experience for me working closely with key workers and teaching staff to develop their practice whilst not working directly with the young people at risk …

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