Additional Support Team

Welcome to the Additional Support Team’s page.

 

Here is an example of one type of work we do in the form of a case study on a Key Stage 2 Mobile pupil who we worked with to accelerate progress and improve attitudes to learning on entry to our school. case-study-on-x-pdf

This second case study highlights our work around ensuring the most challenging behaviours and needs are met through joined up thinking and approaches to support inclusion and progress. child-y

A third case study highlights the additional support given to a mobile EAL child and the progress achieved as a result of targeted, well assessed teaching. case-study-on-child-z

A fourth case study demonstrates how we supported a mobile child from her entry in year 3. Case Study on Child S

A fifth case study on the work of our Pastoral teacher who supports with attendance for our most vulnerable children. Child X.

Reading is made a very high priority in our school and the work of our reading recovery teacher consistently raises the profile of reading across the school. Case Study – Monday morning 11:09:19 in the Richard Branson room

Here is our action plan for 2017 – 2018 Intervention Action Plan 2017-2018 PDF

Here is the data and further analysis from 2018 – 2019 from our interventions. 

Intervention data analysed over 3 years

Intervention Data Analysis notes May 19

Intervention data sep 18- may 19

The additional support staff are:

Mrs Tomkinson (Reading Recovery, Phonics Counts, Inference Training, Dyslexia teacher, BRP trainer)

Carol Smith SENCO and deputy child protection officer (initial designated safeguarding lead trained)

Gill Johnson Pastoral teacher (3 days per week) – assistant child protection officer (initial designated safeguarding lead trained)

SERI (Stockport Early Reading Initiative) teamIMG_0015

BRP(Better Reading Partners) team

Descriptions of our interventions

Reading Recovery

Reception Literacy Programme

SERI BR@P HORS

Motor skills

Behaviour Support Service Team

Volunteers

SNaP campus collaboration where learners can access each others schools.

Curriculum breadth and depth provided through specialist teachers inForest School, Gymnastics, Computing and Dance.