Our tuition service matches young people with the best-suited tutor, ensuring successful learning in even the most complex of cases. In school tuition is aimed at children and young people who struggle to stay in class due to sensory sensitivities, mental health issues, emotional dysregulation or very individual learning needs. Home tuition is aimed at children and young people who are educated within the home environment due to physical, social or emotional mobility restriction and learners who require additional support for a variety of reasons, and those who have been excluded, or who have self-excluded due to anxiety or mental health issues.
To provide consistent education and learning experience that enables children and young people with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND), especially those working well below age-expected levels.
We aim to learn as much as we can about each young person, starting from the referral, Individual Education Plan (IEP), SEND support plan, Personal Education Plan (PEP) and Education Health and Care Plans (EHCP).We also take time to meet with staff from every school, parents, foster carers, social workers and other professionals and listen to each case independently.This aims to identify any additional needs, plan personalised support package based on individual needs, record the different or additional provision to be made for the young person, which includes teaching strategies, short-term targets, and target settings.To get the best outcomes ,we work with the pupils, school, parents, foster carers, social workers and other professionals to create an educational support plan that is tailored to each child's needs.
Assessment of Progress
We believe effective, timely and target assessment of pupils progress is critical to their success. Our tutors and staff regularly evaluate the progress of each child, assessing the direction and pace of instruction and any related service supports needed to facilitate progress. We also write weekly reports and measure progress monthly; this is so that we can identify areas of lack and at what volume we need to increase certain aspects of the tuition and support.
Positive Behavioural Interventions and Supports
We provide a vast range of positive behavioural supports that encourage students to maintain their focus on cooperation, completion of tasks and appropriate social interactions. For students who need additional support, individualized behaviour intervention plans are developed to help replace problem behaviours. We also offer crisis intervention to students who are experiencing behavioural difficulties and need help returning to instruction.
Sessions may take place in a variety of locations in the community such as libraries, School or College premises, or other appropriate setting as demanded by their parents/guardians, but within the local area. Sessions can also take place within an educational setting to increase engagement, ensure routine is maintained and pupils are in a learning environment that they are familiar with. We also offer part-time transition tuition services, which pupils from special schools can attend for a limited time to re-engage with learning and build confidence and trust. We help with integration back into classes,school or college system or to a new placement,enhancing the chance of successful reintegration.
Our tutors are all trained and experienced in supporting and working with children and young people with special educational needs and disabilities(SEND) and at risk youth. We have an in-depth understanding of these challenges and the ways in which they can affect a young person, both academically and socially. This awareness shapes everything we do.
Tuition referrals are made by local authorities ,Special Schools, Alternative Provisions and SEN provisions within mainstream schools, Pupil Referral Units (PRUs),and other agencies that work with young people
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