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Track individual and whole class progress and identify those requiring additional language support or intervention with our fast, fun and intuitive app for teachers and teaching assistants.
Based on extensive University of Oxford research into learning development and created in consultation with teachers and speech and language therapists.
Oral language is our ability to communicate and express ourselves. Good oral language skills are the foundation of school life, enabling children to participate fully in lessons and classroom activities. They're also critical for children’s social and emotional development – how can they play with their friends if they can’t join in the conversation?
Language difficulties can have knock-on effects throughout a person’s life. Children with poor language skills are, as adults, more likely to receive fewer qualifications, have lower incomes and reduced employment opportunities and are more likely to suffer from mental health issues.
The good news is that, if identified early, delays in oral language development can be addressed by suitable language interventions.
Follow the steps below to launch a LanguageScreen assessment
Download a sample assessment report, with:
These short videos provide an overview of setting up and using the LanguageScreen app.
We were quite surprised that the screening picked up children with good vocabulary and speaking but with limited reasoning and understanding - these children might have been overlooked without screening with LanguageScreen.Sallie Wood
Henleaze Infant School, England
LanguageScreen has been Highly Commended in the University of Oxford Vice-Chancellor’s Innovation and Engagement Awards as a research project that has made a positive difference to society.