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A strong school leadership team has the potential to positively impact students’ lives by providing an education which encourages the best outcomes and supports students in becoming happy and healthy adults.

Our clinical, counselling, educational and child psychologists work with the whole school leadership team as well as individual members.

What are the benefits of using our specialist psychology service?

Using our psychology service brings the benefits of experience and specialist knowledge in a cost effective manner. There are many benefits of using our service including:

Our specialist psychology service is available on individual, targeted and whole school levels to suit requirements, meaning that the benefits will vary according to how our services are used.

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How can our school psychology services be commissioned?

Our comprehensive school services can be commissioned through a service level agreement. School commissioned services grants the freedom to decide how our psychological input is used.

How can we help with a whole school approach?

Our clinical, counselling, educational and child psychologists help on many levels when it comes to taking a whole school approach. The input received is dependent on the input required. Special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) are a whole school responsibility: a strong systemic approach increases attainment and understanding through sustainable and long lasting changes. We take a proactive approach, which allows us to support the implementation of procedures to reduce the impact of additional needs within schools.

Mental health and emotional wellbeing

Keeping up to date and implementing new government policies and guidelines can seem like a never ending task, but we are here to help. The most recent government legislation focussing on mental health and wellbeing within schools is extremely important to integrate as soon as possible. Through making approaches such as mindfulness, talking therapies and an increased awareness of mental health difficulties an integral part of a whole school approach, student and staff wellbeing increases. Now is the time to act to be the example to other schools struggling to achieve this delicate balance. The majority of behavioural problems are caused by an underlying social, emotional or mental health (SEMH) difficulty. Through addressing SEMH directly challenging behaviour, long term absences and poor results will reduce. Mental health and wellbeing affects all members of a school, which is why we take a proactive approach to our work.

Staff retention

Staff retention is at an all time low within schools and together we combat some of the underlying reasons. Our whole school approaches share the responsibility of students with SEND and empower teachers to respond to the complex needs present in classrooms. Our supportive service is there for staff and students. Raising attainment and improving data helps to ease the pressure felt by demanding targets.

How can we help with a targeted approach?

A targeted approach is an effective method of reaching groups of multiple students. Focussed group work benefits students on an academic, social and emotional level, assisting them in reaching their true potential.

Our team use screening tools to identify students who would benefit from a targeted approach. Early identification and intervention improves results through addressing and responding to needs.

Targeted parent groups and workshops are a cost-effective way to share information with parents to equip them with the skills and techniques needed to support home learning. Achievement increases when there is a consistent approach between home and school learning, making attainment a shared responsibility.

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We provide free initial discussions to education settings as part of our cost effective service. Specific services may be discussed in order to provide an accurate for our specialist psychological input.

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How can we help with an individual approach?

We can also work on an individual, specialist level. Our team are accessible when needs arise, meaning that schools do not have to wait until crisis point before getting in touch. Instant access to our psychologists prevents the escalation of problems due to long waiting times as we can provide support strategies as soon as possible. Individual work usually includes assessments, interventions, reviews and consultancy. We have a broad range of school services available to support schools’ needs and budgets.

How can our specialist psychology service be funded?

There are many ways to fund our high quality and cost effective clinical, counselling, educational and child psychology services:

Using our specialist team in school is a long-term investment with sustainable results. We demonstrate the impact of our involvement, ensuring that we are constantly working towards providing an efficient and cost effective service. Read more about our school commissioned services.

How can our service be funded?

Using our specialist educational and child psychologists in your school is a long-term investment with sustainable results. We demonstrate the impact of our involvement, ensuring we are constantly working towards providing an efficient and cost effective service.

Schools fund our services from the following budgets:

Element 1, 2 & 3 funding

Element 1 funding is provided to meet the needs of all students and is used to fund systemic work which benefits all students within your school, through training and other whole school approaches. Element 2 funding is also known as the notional SEND budget. This can fund specialist SEND systemic work, interventions, specific assessments and consultations, which benefit individual or multiple SEND students. Element 3 funding covers statutory input, interventions and equipment stated within education, health and care plans. Our clinical, educational and child psychologists can be funded by each funding element according to your needs.

Catch-up premium

Secondary schools can use pupil catch-up premium for literacy and numeracy interventions, groups or training.

Pupil premium

Pupil premium is available to raise the attainment of disadvantaged pupils to close learning gaps between them and their peers. Our specialist team can raise attainment through an individual, targeted and whole school level in order to make pupil premium funding stretch without compromising on the quality of service.

Looked after status

If your school has any children with looked after or adopted status then our specialist service can work directly with those children to support them in their learning through allocated funding.

Do we provide training opportunities?

We offer many opportunities for training and professional development in a way to suit needs. Our psychologists provide bespoke, in-school training for INSET days and twilight sessions, in addition to external CPD events.

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Working alongside your school leadership team we will create positive steps to improve staff and student wellbeing, increase attainment and support SEND. To talk to a member of our team, to book a free initial discussion or to find out more, contact us.

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