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Special educational needs support in schools

We have specialist support services that provide support to children and young people with special educational needs in schools and settings.

Early years support team

Specialist teachers and inclusion workers support the development of children aged 0 to 5 years in the areas of thinking, problem solving, learning and access to learning.
We work with settings and families to ensure the inclusion of all children by;

  •  Providing targeted support to individual children
  • Working alongside staff in early years settings, providing advice and support
  •  Sharing practical ideas and resources with parents and carers
  • Delivering a variety of training courses to parents and staff.

    Special educational needs support team

Specialist teachers work with schools to raise the achievement of pupils who are experiencing difficulties with their learning.
We help improve learning so that children and young people can achieve their potential by;

  • Providing assessments of learning and targeted support to individual children
  • Advising on interventions and resources  that are focused on raising attainment
  • Providing advice on strategies to support pupils with specific and general learning difficulties
  • Delivering a variety of training courses to staff

    Inclusion support team

Inclusion workers provide support to schools for children with social, emotional and behavioural difficulties.
We help improve the school experience by;
 

  • Providing targeted support to individual children
  • Supporting  children and young people to  improve their relationships, understand their feelings and control their behaviour.
  • Providing advice on strategies and resources  
  • Delivering a variety of training courses to staff.