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Specialist teacher of speech and language

Discussion in 'Primary' started by mrswashi, Jul 5, 2016.

  1. mrswashi

    mrswashi New commenter

    Is there anyone on here who has this job title?
    I am interested in applying for a job and wondered if anyone had any personal experience that they could tell me about.
    I have been teaching for 18 years and am thinking about a change.
    ,many thanks
    Mrswashi
     
  2. snugglepot

    snugglepot Occasional commenter

    No. However, I used to work with one. As far as I am aware you need to have a degree in Speech Therapy. She had been a Speech Therapist in both NHS and attached to Education before gaining a position as Speech and Language Specialist.

    Her job was to oversee the other Speech Therapists, work with more complicated cases and give training. I am a HLTA and I had completed a Derbyshire Language Certificate and Makaton so worked with the pupils she had that received more specialist work because they had complicated difficulties.

    I hope this helps a little.
     
  3. mrswashi

    mrswashi New commenter

    Thanks snuggle pot.
    Don't need degree in speech therapy, just teaching degree and some knowledge of Sen.
     

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