What is Socially Speaking?
Socially speaking aims to improve a pupil's self esteem, listening skills and expressive language abilities. Socially Speaking helps children, teens and young adults with social, sensory and communication difficulties to better understand themselves, and to meet the challenges of the world around them.
What if my child is chosen?
If your child is chosen for Socially Speaking you will be contacted and invited to discuss the intervention. When your child has been on the intervention for a few weeks you will be invited for a meeting to review progress and support.
Who do I contact?
If you have any questions please speak to Lorna Harper, SENCO or Jill Broom, Head of School