We assess your child's language when they are around 3 years old and until they start school if we have reason to believe that they may need extra support in developing their language. This is how we ensure that your child receives the necessary support to develop their language skills to match their age.
Your child's language is assessed when they are around 3 years old if there is reason to believe that they may need extra language stimulation. The purpose of the language assessment is to ensure that your child receives the necessary support to develop their language so that they thrive, make progress, and have a smooth transition to school.
The pedagogues at the kindergarten assess your child's language, and you will always be informed before they conduct the assessment. If it turns out that your child needs special language stimulation, they will work with you to create a plan on how to support your child's language development together.
We follow up with a new language assessment every six months until we no longer believe that your child needs special language stimulation.
The results of the language assessments are sent to you through the Parent Portal.
If you want to learn more about language assessments, you are always welcome to ask the pedagogues at the kindergarten.
If your child is not in kindergarten, you will be invited for a language assessment when your child is around 3 years old.
Our speech therapist conducts the language assessment in collaboration with you. If it turns out that your child needs language stimulation, we will plan a specific language stimulation program for your child.
We follow up with a new language assessment every six months until we no longer assess that your child requires special language stimulation.
The results of the language assessments will be sent to you through e-Boks.
When your child starts in 0th grade, the teacher will conduct a language assessment of the class as a whole. This is done to assess the individual students' language competencies so that the teaching can be adapted accordingly.
If it turns out that your child needs an individual language assessment, you will be contacted.