Speech and Language

Our Speech and Language Coordinator in school is Mrs S Yazin.

The Speech and Language Therapy (SALT) team work with all communication difficulties including specific speech and language disorders, stammering, cleft lip and palate, voice difficulties, hearing impairment, Autism, Learning Disabilities and eating, drinking and swallowing difficulties.

Carers/parents or school can make a referral in to the service to ask for support or information if they are resident or based within the Middlesbrough and Redcar and Cleveland boundaries.

For parents to refer, please ring the team directly on 01642 944488. 

If you believe your child would benefit from Speech and Language Therapy (SaLT), please contact school and ask to speak to Mrs Yazin. 

For further information, please see the SaLT website: Children’s Speech and Language Therapy Service | Middlesbrough

School Calendar

Y2 Willow and Maple class to visit Captain Cook Museum
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World Book Day
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Y2 Walnut class trip to Captain Cook Museum
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