This case study focuses on pathways into employment. The case study looks at how Hackney Community College planned for the reforms, their suggestions on how to avoid potential pitfalls, next steps that they will be taking as well as the impact of the reforms.
One of our children in Y4 has a deteriorating eye condition in which he will eventually lose his sight. We are currently working closely with the visual impairment service to ensure that he not only meets academic goals but gains life skills before his sight goes eg. Crossing the road, tying laces etc.
Reviewing our transition process and settling in for year 6 we have a number of academic programmes to support our new intake however looking at behavior and attendance felt that we could look at implementing more SEMH support .
This single-side document, written by a pupil, explains how he feels teachers should work most effectively with a student with PDA. It was created as part of a piece of work on pupil voice and has had a powerful impact on teacher understanding.
Sense's resource is a multi-disciplinary guide for professionals working to support deafblind children and young people within education, health and social care settings. The resource focuses on five key areas of best practice: identifying deafblindness; providing appropriate assessments, involving and supporting deafblind children and young people and their families; delivering suitable services and providing support at key times of transition.
A private Speech and Language Therapist works 1:1 with our children once a week. A TA has then been trained by our SALT team to then work with a small group of these children 1:1 everyday to consolidate the therapy.
KIDS was commissioned by High Green Development Trust (HGDT) to lead a consultation at Paces Campus in Sheffield to establish what would be required to develop a new inclusive play space on an existing school site, providing a welcoming space for a wide range of disabled and non-disabled users across all age ranges.