What we specialise in....

Special Education Needs and Disabilities (SEND) covers a broad spectrum and, although these below areas are the key aspects of what we specialise in, we recognise that they are interchangeable and often interlink. Below are some more details about the key areas we cover;

 

Social, Emotional and Mental Health (SEMH) relates to a large proportion of the work that we do. We support education providers that educate children and young people who, for many reasons, cannot access any other formal educational settings – these are the most vulnerable, at risk, and hard to reach children in our community. Understanding that their SEMH needs have to be met before any academic development can happen is essential. Having worked closely with these settings, we understand this need and carefully select individuals who will make a positive impact.

 

Multidisciplinary therapy teams and individual school based therapists are an essential part of the core support function for SEND. The need for registered therapists is abundant and we have experience helping some highly specialised school settings appoint talented therapists who have made an important impact. We work with Speech and Language, Occupational, Play, Art, Drama Therapists, and SI (Sensory Integration) specialists in all special education needs settings.

 

The UK government recently announced £1 billion of funding to support children and young people to catch up lost time after school closures. This is especially important for the most vulnerable and those from disadvantaged backgrounds. Ranging from subject specialist Graduate Tutors to SEND specialist Tutors, there are many ways in which we offer catch up and ongoing Tuition, both in school settings and outreach.

 

Interventions can vary across the different settings we work with and a wide range of interventions for SEND and mental health exists in schools. Interventions interlink between the mental health, therapeutic, and tutoring support we provide.

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