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Westminster Special School

Bi-Borough Inclusion Service Federation of Westminster Special Schools
& Bi-borough Inclusion Service


  • Reduce verbal input
  • Use simple, literal language [no sarcasm or irony]
  • Increase visual support [visual schedules, diagrams, pictures, symbols]
  • Give the child/young person time to process questions and instructions
  • Teach listening skills explicitly
  • Ensure the child/young person works with more able communicators in pairs and groups
  • Teach vocabulary that is helpful for their social or learning skills or key to accessing the topic.
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