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Supporting pupils

Valerie Wilson

Supporting pupils

a study of guidance and pupil support in Scottish schools, Final report

by Valerie Wilson

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Published by Scottish Executive in Edinburgh .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementValerie Wilson ; Stuart Hall ; John Hall ; Kevin Clancy...[et al.].
ContributionsHall, Stuart., Hall, John., Clancy, Kevin., Scottish Council for Research in Education., University of Glasgow, Faculty of Education.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16363702M

Statutory guidance for supporting pupils at school with medical conditions PDF, KB, 29 pages Medicines policy All schools are required by law to have a medicines policy in place. Supporting and including pupils with speech, language and communication needs Speech, language and communication needs are common (SLCN). Around 7% of pupils are likely to have specific language impairment and many more will have significantly delayed speech.   So far in this five-part series on supporting pupils with speech, language and communication needs, we have explained how important it is to identify SLCN as a primary need when pupils transfer to secondary school so that appropriate interventions can be put in place. This could be a case of volunteers reading a book with a pupil or simply. All the latest breaking UK and world news with in-depth comment and analysis, pictures and videos from MailOnline and the Daily Mail.

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