Attendance Support helps schools to ensure that attendance monitoring is robust and responses to patterns of absence are effective
Counselling and Therapeutic Support
This support is underpinned by child-focused approaches to understanding and addressing children and young people’s social and emotional needs, promoting emotional well being and promoting positive behaviour and engagement in learning. Counselling and therapeutic support can be an essential element of support planning for children and young people with social, emotional and mental health needs.
Educational Psychology Service
Educational Psychologists provide schools with advice regarding learning, behaviour, emotional and social development, and mental health; assessment of needs; and planned interventions to promote learning and support psychological wellbeing.
The service seeks to work proactively with schools to ensure there is early identification of children who might benefit from support and a graduated response following an assess, plan, do, review process in order to meet their needs. Schools will be expected to have engaged with the Educational Psychology Service in advance of seeking a statutory assessment so that the assessment can be based on appropriate evidence already collected and supported by the psychologist working with the school.
Occupational Health Service
The Occupational Health Service (OHS) aims to promote the health and wellbeing of employees. Through the provision of high quality advice and health surveillance our occupational health team can assist managers in reducing sickness absence and preventing injury at work.
Our Occupational Health Unit includes an Occupational Health Physician, Registered Nurses, Accredited Counsellors and Chartered Physiotherapists, who have access to a portfolio of services.
Working together our team can provide practical advice and guidance to manage sickness absence, medical capabilities, statutory responsibilities for health monitoring and duties under the Equality Act 2010.
NQT Registration and Support - Appropriate Body
This SLA will help you to provide the bridge between initial teacher training and a career in teaching.
Once your newly qualified teacher (NQT) has been appointed, the Headteacher has a statutory obligation to register them with an Appropriate Body (AB) before they start work. The School Standards Team can act as an AB for LA maintained schools, Academies, Free schools and Independent Schools.
The service includes:
• Telephone advice,
• In-school support when NQTs are encountering difficulties,
• a paired lesson observation for quality assurance and training purposes,
and, if the induction tutor or mentor are new to the role a validation visit for professional development is offered.
• We will also undertake the necessary administrative processes on behalf of the school.
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