The re-development of provision for learners who have high needs/SEN has been highly successful in the last few years with over 180 full time high needs learners each year. The introduction of work placements and greater independence training have provided young people attending the College with opportunities to ensure successful progression into adulthood.
Heart of Worcestershire College has an ambitious drive towards ensuring provision for learners with disabilities takes centre stage in its development of learning opportunities. This has resulted in excellent outcomes for learners resulting in meaningful impact for their lives and work.
This project was developed to raise the aspirations of our pupils but it doesn’t tell the whole story about our collaborative approach to improving children’s lives. Over the past six years we have developed valued partnerships both within, and outside education; these show that collaboration is at the heart of everything we do.
This project focuses on the theory of attachment and how appropriate attachments and expressive language may be developed in pupils with Emotional, Social and Behavioural Difficulties through structure collaborative play in the special school environment.
Blank support plan that has tick boxes for speed and encourages teachers to use recommendations from reports as the overall target.
These targets are linked to what you enter in the pupil passport.
The passport is displayed where support staff know what the focus and how to approach that specific child.