Evidence shows that strong spoken language skills have a significant impact on pupils’ educational attainment, social, emotional and mental health and life chances. Classrooms which encourage and facilitate talk are beneficial for all children and young people. For pupils with speech, language and communication needs (SLCN), this provides an essential foundation on which more specialist interventions can be built.
A good spoken language curriculum should provide children with the opportunity both to develop their skills, and use talk to enhance their learning.
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