We are a new service designed to offer support and tuition to students who are not able to access mainstream education usually due to a mental health issue. We also offer early support to students in mainstream school who are struggling. This early intervention is designed to prevent the young person from becoming a non attender. The team all have a strong background in Special Educational Needs and Disabilities, Pastoral support and Child Mental health. We look at the "Whole Child" and although we will tutor them in core subjects we will also prepare them for the next level of education. Our main aim is to give the young person confidence, resilience and the skills to face mainstream when its appropriate. We also support the student to reintegrate when ready. We currently work with students from KS2- KS4 in the South Staffs area.
All packages are bespoke depending on the need of a student, but we can offer home tuition ( another adult must be present), satellite provision ( where a student is taught in a different school 1:1), mentoring, tuition in Core subjects at KS4 with some option subjects available, careers advice and support in transition at any age. Due to the current situation with COVID 19 we are also able to offer online support via Facetime, ZOOM or Microsoft TEAMS. This support could be tuition if a student is not able to access school due to COVID 19 or counselling if the student is suffering with anxiety or stress.
Referrals are best made through the school SENCo as we work in partnership with the school to support the student. All schools in South Staffs have further information. However, if a parent wants advice on whether our service would be appropriate, they are welcome to email firstname.lastname@example.org
Who to contact
- Contact Name
- Sarah Masters
- Contact Position
- Team Leader
Where to go
We are currently a peripatetic service travelling to the students
- Service is Free
- The sessions are different costs depending on need.
- Referral required
- Referral Details
Referral through the students mainstream school, although parents are welcome to email for advice.