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Involving Children and Young People with SLCN – A toolkit for education settings  This resource has been viewed by a moderator.

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This page was originally created for/by the following organisation: The Communication Trust.
The Communication Trust's free online toolkit resource with information, guidance and practical support for staff working in education settings. It is designed to help people to understand, review and shape their approach to involving children and young people as part of everyday good practice. Download from the Communication Trust's website.

 

This is a free resource for staff working in education settings to help them understand, review and shape their approach to involving children and young people as part of everyday good practice.

The online toolkit - Involving Children and Young People with SLCN – A toolkit for education settings - contains information and guidance about what practitioners are required to do by the 2014 SEND Code of Practice 0-25 around involving children and young people. It includes a way to review current practice as well as practical activities, approaches and signposting to tools that can be used across a whole setting to make systemic changes, promoting personalised, meaningful involvement of children and young people with SLCN at varying levels an integrated way of practice.

The toolkit draws on content from the "Children and Young People at the Centre" chapter of The Communication Trust’s resource "Communicating the Code", and also on recent research commissioned by The Trust and undertaken by the University of the West of England and Bristol Speech & Language Therapy Research Unit. This research explores the views of children and young people with SLCN and their families on their involvement in decision-making.

The toolkit and research report are available free on The Communication Trust’s website at www.thecommunicationtrust.org.uk/involve

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