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Tips on talking for teachers.

SCHOOL teaching assistants have taken a course in talking.

Staff were given tips on how to communicate with children by speech and language experts from Batley-based community nursing firm Locala.

Groups of classroom assistants have been taking a ten-week-long training course, designed to help all children, but particularly those struggling with speech.

Tina Quinn, Locala's director of clinical and operational services, visited the special school to present certificates to the group of classroom assistants who completed the programme.

Staff from Ravenshall School, Dewsbury, were the latest to get the training, including educational teaching assistant Michelle Radcliffe.

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Michelle Radcliffe. (left), educational teaching assistant |at Ravenshall School, receives her training certificate from Locala's clinical director Tina Quin 291214SPEECH

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Publication:Huddersfield Daily Examiner (Huddersfield, England)
Date:Jan 6, 2015
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