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|Individual Pupil Support: Provision of a report with recommended strategies & resources to be used to inform the delivery of support to children and evidence a graduated response as part of the EHCP process. Completing statutory duties for children with Education, Health & Care Plans.
1:1 support to staff – Modelling and interventions alongside pupils in the classroom setting. Support meetings with class teacher/supporting staff. Provision of relevant resources. 1:1 bespoke training.
1:1 support outside of the classroom – To address specific areas of need, for example supporting children during unstructured times, transitions, break times and dinner times.
Specialist Teacher advice for children and young people at SEN Support or with an Education and Health Care Plan.
Completing targeted learning plans for your pupil with SEND.
Class support – Delivery of input to develop the confidence and skills necessary for effective classroom behaviour management. This input is often delivered via modelling and consultation by an outreach worker who works very closely with staff. This includes email and telephone support. This has previously been a service particularly valued by NQT’s.
SMART Group work Interventions – Includes activities such as circle time, work on transitions to secondary school and friendships. Structured programmes to support ‘Self-Esteem’, ‘Anger Management’, ‘The Brain and Self- Regulation’.
Whole School Support – Development of a positive behaviour management system. Support in developing structures, strategies and rewards around challenging times of the day.
Assessment of emotional and behavioural presentation. – Support to use or develop the use of assessment tools such as Boxalls and Thrive. These assessments can be used to inform practice and evidence need.
Attendance at meetings – TAF, CSC meetings etc. to offer advice and next steps guidance.
Preparation and support for Annual reviews.
Support with Managed Moves: Use of a network of schools to consider the most appropriate placement for a child via a managed move process working in partnership with Pupil Access Team. OST can utilise their contacts and knowledge of primary schools across Lancashire to facilitate and support this process.