At Green Labyrinth Study Programme, all of our cohort have had some kind of barrier to learning, which makes additional learning support one of our biggest focuses to help our young people succeed.

Induction

As part of the induction, all learners will have a 121 meeting with our Head of ALS. In this meeting, an ALS form and SDQ is completed to ensure we collate all the relevant information from learners (and their referrers) to ensure we support them in the best way possible.

How we support

Every staff member of the Green Labyrinth Study Programme has had special educational needs (SEN) training and mental health awareness, which is updated regularly. With small class sizes, in class support and structured behaviour interventions, we can offer a high standard of academic support for our learners. Out of class, we have a trained in-house counsellor and behaviour key workers who are experienced in working with all types of needs.

Green Labyrinth have a designated team to monitor the outcomes of all our learners with Educational Health and Care Plans (EHCPs) and Looked After Children (LACs), as well as liaising continually with parents, carers and professionals working with our young people to promote a multi-agency approach.

We meet regularly as a team to ensure learners’ progress is discussed and any support requirements are addressed.

Safeguarding

Finally we value safeguarding as the highest priority for all our learners and staff. We have a designated on-site safeguarding team and a safeguarding policy which is regularly updated. You can find a copy of this on our website. If you have any safeguarding concerns please contact us on safeguarding@greenlabyrinth.uk

If you would like to discuss our Safeguarding and additional learning support offer further, please feel free to contact our Head of Additional Learning Support & Designated Safeguarding Lead on 01793 236245 Ext: 4014 or email via lmiller@greenlabyrinth.uk

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