What is Talk Boost KS2?
Talk Boost KS2 is a targeted intervention aimed at children 7-10 year old children with delayed language, aiming to boost their language skills helping them to catch up with their peers. The programme aims to accelerate children’s progress in language and communication, after an eight week intervention.
Who is Talk Boost KS2 training for?
The training is suitable for year three, year four and year five teachers and teaching assistants. Participants will develop the skills and knowledge to understand the rationale behind Talk Boost KS2, by developing their awareness of speech, language and communication and typical language development in KS2. It will help participants to understand how to identify appropriate children, measure their progress and use the resources.
How will children improve their language and communication skills?
Children who are selected to take part in the intervention will attend three sessions per week in small groups, each lasting 30-40 minutes delivered by the teaching assistant. The sessions include activities that follow the areas of language and communication: listen carefully, learning new words, telling stories, working with others and making friends and having conversations. In addition, the teacher will run a weekly whole-class activity and there are activities that can be practiced at home.
What are the benefits of Talk Boost KS2?
What does Talk Boost KS2 include?
Once you have booked onto the training course, you will receive the following materials:
We have a regional team of Licensed Tutors who can deliver training directly to you. The cost of the Talk Boost KS2 Intervention Pack is £500 per training pair + the cost of the Licensed Tutor delivering your training.
Visit the Find a Tutor page to find a Talk Boost KS2 Licensed Tutor near to you. Alternatively get in touch on firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0207 843 2515 to talk to our team about Talk Boost KS2 or to arrange training.
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