We currently offer a school support and intervention programme that aims to reduce and ultimately prevent fixed term exclusions, provide support to schools with challenging behaviour, lack of engagement in learning and poor attendance, offer part time, short term off site provision and supported reintegration.
What is the offer? – Gold schools
Gold schools will receive one member of staff (HLTA or working towards) who will be deployed on their site for 2.5 days. Their role can include attendance monitoring and intervention, teaching small groups, working in the school’s own inclusion centre or equivalent, supporting the management of challenging behaviour, assisting pupils to reintegrate into mainstream education.
Gold schools will also be able to refer up to five Key Stage 3 pupils per day for two days per week to offsite provision at The Albion Foundation.
What is the offer? – Silver schools
Silver schools will receive one member of support staff who will be deployed on their site for 1.5 days. Their role can include attendance monitoring and intervention, one to one mentoring, in– class support, contributing to the work of the school’s own inclusion centre or equivalent, supporting the management of challenging behaviour, assisting pupils to reintegrate into mainstream education.
Silver schools will also be able to refer up to five key stage 3 pupils per day for one day per week to offsite provision at The Albion Foundation.
Gold and Silver additional incentives:
Support can include before and after school provision and lunch time activities. Gold and Silver School Coordinators will be expected to make links to other areas of The Albion Foundation e.g. Kicks, PL4S, Girls Football, Premier League Reading Stars, employability etc. Where appropriate links can also be made to One Albion. ‘Press Pass’ would be offered.
Gold schools would have access to £1000 rewards and incentives budget while Silver would have £500.
What is the offer? – Bronze schools
Bronze schools can purchase interventions ‘as and when’ e.g. on-site support and up to two days off site provision for Key Stage 3 dependent on availability.
Offsite provision at The Albion Foundation
- Operate Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday from 9.30am to 2.30pm term time only
- Breakfast Club will operate from 8.30am until 9.30am
- All pupils referred must be on a school roll. TAF will monitor and report on attendance using SIMS but will not be solely responsible for any pupils
- Pupils can be referred for a maximum of two days per week (10 hours)
- Partner schools will be responsible for the remainder (majority) of their education
Off-site provision at The Albion Foundation – Curriculum
The ultimate aim of the short term off-site provision at The Albion Foundation is to reintegrate young people back into mainstream. The focus during every lesson and activity will be positive behaviour for learning, engagement and interaction with staff and peers.
Mixed ability small groups led by QTS or HLTA will deliver fun / popular culture based English, Maths and Science activities in the morning and PE, Urban Arts and PSHE in the afternoon. Schemes of work will be developed in partnership with schools.
It remains the responsibility of the partner school to ensure a broad and balanced curriculum is available for each pupil referred.
If the pupil has an Education and Health Care plan you will need to discuss this before any placement can be confirmed.
Costs can be discussed depending on the package your school would like.