Helping primary aged children

As children access more structured education and progresses through their primary years, they will develop a range of skills to navigate and negotiate friendships, learning, managing emotions and behaviour. Supporting their development of speech, language and communication skills through daily learning experiences and interactions will help them achieve.

Take a look and click on the questions below to find out where to go for more information on sharing resources and advice with families to develop communication and language with their primary child; creating a learning environment that supports communication; learning and development opportunities; knowing what to expect and when; and ideas for resources, activities and simple, effective strategies for you to use.