Championing Speech and Language in Our Schools: Victoria Robjohns Shares Good Practice at Bromley SEN Support Conference
We are incredibly proud of our very own speech and language champion, Victoria Robjohns, for her recent presentation at the Termly Bromley Send support conference, held at the Library in Bromley. Vic shared her expertise and insights on developing high-quality speech and language provision in our school, inspiring educators and professionals across the region.
Vic's presentation focused on the importance of early intervention and effective strategies for supporting students with speech, language, and communication needs (SLCN). She highlighted the transformative impact that well-structured SLCN provision can have on students' academic progress, social development, and overall well-being.
Vic's passion for her work was evident throughout her presentation, and she captivated the audience with her engaging storytelling and practical tips. She emphasized the need for a collaborative approach to SLCN support, involving teachers, parents, and therapists working together to create a supportive and inclusive learning environment for all students.
We are incredibly grateful for Vic's dedication to championing speech and language in our school. Her commitment to excellence is reflected in the comprehensive and effective SLCN provision that we offer to our students.