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If a student is experiencing difficulties in school or at home, support is then provided by the Year Teams and the numerous Support Teams.
- Works on a one-to-one basis with students who are experiencing emotional difficulties or display changes in behaviour which are affecting their progress.
- The Inclusion Assistant works with students to raise achievement and promote social inclusion.
The Inclusion Assistant is responsible for the following areas of school life:
- running the Inclusion facility
- assisting with the assessment of KS3 students to identify those needing extra support
- one-to-one mentoring and support
- facilitating Restorative Justice
- home visits
Independent Careers Advisor Service
- provides advice and support for students regarding subject choices, career choices and post 16 pathways such as apprenticeships or studying at A level and information about Higher Education and university programmes. Also provides guidance for any students at risk of exclusion. This is in addition to discussion which take place in lessons inPSHE and Progression Pathways
- provides counselling support for students experiencing emotional difficulties. Students can spend 'quiet time' in the chapel or talk to the Chaplain. Also runs the 'seeds of change' course for those students who have suffered bereavement in the family.
Learner Support Team
- provides support for students with learning difficulties (see Learner Support Team)
Secondary Behaviour Service
- provides additional support for students with Emotional Behavioural Difficulties. Input involves 1-to-1 sessions, group work, work shops, lesson observation and circle time.
Student Support Panel
For information about the Student Support Panel please click on the link below