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The Surrey

Teaching Centre

Outreach and Follow-Up at Surrey Teaching Centre

Aims

 

  • To follow up pupils who have finished their rehabilitation programmes at The Children’s Trust 
  • To support transition programmes

 

Services

 

  • Provide training/information on the educational implications of an acquired brain injury. This may be alongside educational psychologists or therapists within the team at TCT
  • Attend relevant meetings including EHCP reviews as requested / possible
  • Meet with parents if appropriate
  • Advise on differentiated resources and support materials if appropriate

 

 

Transition work and ongoing support for pupils once they have left The Children’s Trust

 

  • Teachers will attend, or write reports for, Discharge Planning Meetings and liaise with educational psychologists regarding information to be shared
  • Meet or make contact with teachers/SENCOs of next educational placements if possible
  • Wherever possible teachers or an educational psychologist will visit current schools or future schools prior to the pupil’s discharge once a school has been identified
  • The Class Teacher or Follow Up Lead will contact the pupil’s receiving school before or soon after discharge if a school has been identified to arrange support
  • If a school has not been identified before the child leaves The Children’s Trust we will keep in touch with the LA and/or parents so that we can offer support once the child has a school placement and ensure we know where the pupils are

 

The Surrey Teaching Centre

 

Intervention / support will be varied and individualised to meet the needs of the child and setting. Support programmes may include:

 

  • Discussion with teachers/TAs/SENCOs/SLT around current challenges, difficulties and barriers that impact on inclusion and learning
  • Training in ABI for staff
  • Facilitation of discussions around pupil needs
  • Participation in annual reviews, EHCP meetings which may be in the form of reports or attendance

 

Factors affecting the level of support 

 

  • Support will only be offered to schools with parental/carer consent. If consent is not given, a single check with school / LA will be made to ensure that the child is receiving schooling.
  • The level of need of the pupil

 

Ongoing support

 

Parents/Carers are able to give permission to allow ongoing contact for 5 years. Ongoing active follow up may cease before this date if:

 

  • The parent/carer requests this
  • The pupil reaches the age of 18
  • The school reports no concerns in learning, behaviour or social interaction beyond those that can be addressed within  the school team

 

Support can be reactivated within the 5 years should a request be made by parent/carer or school.

 

 
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