SEND, oracy & literacy resources

A new set of SEND resources is being published, while research into the effectiveness of oracy and literacy interventions has also been released

Special needs association nasen has launched new SEND resources designed specifically for early years professionals. Funded by the Department for Education, the charity will release a series of new early years SEND resources over the next six months. The free resources aim to increase the confidence and skills of early years staff to improve access to provision and outcomes for children with SEND. Resources already available include:

Spending more class time on meaningful dialogue that encourages pupils to reason, discuss, speculate, argue and explain, rather than simply give the expected answers, can boost primary pupils’ maths, science and English results, the Education Endowment Foundation (EEF) has revealed.

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