• Arbour Vale School, Farnham Road, Slough, Berkshire, SL2 3AE
  • 01753 515 560
  • office@arbourvaleschool.org

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Speech & Language

Julie Foot – Therapies Lead

Clare Walker – Therapies Manager

Graeme Johnston – Speech and Language Therapist

Patricia Howard-Jones – Speech and Language Therapist

Laura Hogan – Speech and language Therapist

We have implemented and commissioned speech and language therapy into every classroom. Classes have a designated teaching assistant who is overseeing the speech therapy for the children in their class and ensuring that therapy programmes advised by the therapist are being delivered. The speech and language therapy specialist teaching assistants will play a distinct role in recording, delivering and monitoring the programme following training from the speech and language therapist.

Our speech and language therapists will be assessing, reporting, writing targets and programmes and providing training and advice to staff delivering speech and language therapy programmes and approaches.
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Latest News

A stop motion battle!

One of our students has been making excellent use of his free time during lockdown, creating stop motion films! Here’s one of his pieces…Mandalorian vs Darth Vader:  

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Workshop success!

In November we held an online ‘Oral hygiene and Dental Health’ workshop for our parents and carers. The turnout was brilliant, and the event was a great success, full of valuable advice and guidance. We received some truly positive feedback: …

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Congratulations, Guildford Class

Guildford Class has been working incredibly hard on communication this term using a wide and varied range of AAC. Our focus on the use of Colourful Semantics was successfully incorporated into the making of our Christmas Card. The card was …

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Lego Therapy

A huge thank you to The LEGO Group for a generous play box donation to get our Building Bricks Therapy up and running. Here are some of our KS3 pupils during a session. The aim is to improve interaction, listening, …

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