Our Packages

Supporting speech and language

Our Speech & Language Link tools provide targeted support from school entry to secondary school. Help your children develop their speech and understanding of language to boost attainment and improve mental health and life chances with these multi-award winning, evidenced programmes.

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Infant Language Link

Universal language screening and support for children aged 4-7 years. Use our planned intervention groups and classroom strategies to boost language and literacy skills for all children in year R and beyond. corner image

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Junior Language Link

Universal language screening and intervention for children aged 7-11 years. Use the standardised assessment to identify those at risk of underperformance or behaviour difficulties. corner image

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Speech Link

Our speech sound programmes support children whose speech is hard to understand. Improve listening skills and get children literacy ready. corner image

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Secondary Language Link

Boost your students ’ attainment and life chances with this unique online assessment and training tool suitable for students aged 11-14 years. corner image

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Little Link

Explore our new early years package for children aged 3-5 years. Use our standardised language screen universally across the cohort to identify those at risk of underperformance and boost all children’s language with our planned language enrichment activities. We are building this package now, find out how your nursery can get involved corner image

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The Link Speech & Language CPD

Our online modular course develops staff knowledge and skills in supporting SLCN, building capacity in your school to deliver effective targeted support. corner image

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Research opportunities for schools

This coming academic year, we are delighted to be working with the University of Cambridge Psychometrics Centre on two exciting research projects.

If your school or setting would like to get involved recruitment is now open.

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