Harberton Outreach Services

 

Outreach Learning

About Our Service

 

The Harberton Outreach Learning Service aims to support pupils experiencing difficulties with reading and early literacy development in their mainstream primary schools. The staff are all experienced in supporting pupils with reading difficulties and use a range of teaching and learning methods to develop these important skills.

We aim to make links between what is learnt in the intervention session, the classroom and home by providing intervention plans and home learning opportunities.

Assessment

Initially we assess the pupil’s knowledge of the alphabet, phonics, key words and their use of reading strategies.

Planning & Evaluation

We use this assessment to create an intervention plan with individualised targets for each pupil. We evaluate the pupil’s progress at the end of each teaching session to inform the next lesson.

Intervention

Each pupil will be taught in a 1:1 or small group setting using a multi-sensory approach. Examples of multi-sensory activities include: making letters/words using Playdoh, sand, magnetic letters.

 

 

Outreach Behaviour

(Social Behavioural Emotional Wellbeing) 



About the Service

The Outreach Behaviour Service aims to support children in mainstream primary schools who are experiencing challenges with their social, emotional and well-being development. The staff (teachers and Classroom assistants) are all experienced in supporting pupils with Social, Emotional and Behaviour difficulties and through various levels of support ensure as far as possible, full time or part time attendance in mainstream education. The department also provides extensive support and advice to teachers and support staff regarding children presenting with challenging and complex behaviours.  



Interventions

The department devises and implements appropriate programmes, in partnership with the school’s SENCo, Class teacher and parent/carers, to help develop children’s emotional literacy skills, emotional well-being and emotional regulation. The strategies identified in the Intervention Plans are worked on in the outreach intervention session and shared with the class teacher to ensure continuity in the classroom. The department creates, develops and produces resources for use with the intervention plans, as appropriate, and may include social skills, emotional regulation and wellbeing tools.



Harberton Behaviour Assistants

The department, as part of a level of support, provides Harberton Behaviour Assistants to assist the class teacher in the management of the referred child through the implementation of the identified strategies. The BA’s are highly trained and highly skilled following a detailed programme of development, including weekly reflection on targets and training.  

Harberton Outreach Services

 

Outreach Learning

About Our Service

 

The Harberton Outreach Learning Service aims to support pupils experiencing difficulties with reading and early literacy development in their mainstream primary schools. The staff are all experienced in supporting pupils with reading difficulties and use a range of teaching and learning methods to develop these important skills.

We aim to make links between what is learnt in the intervention session, the classroom and home by providing intervention plans and home learning opportunities.

Assessment

Initially we assess the pupil’s knowledge of the alphabet, phonics, key words and their use of reading strategies.

Planning & Evaluation

We use this assessment to create an intervention plan with individualised targets for each pupil. We evaluate the pupil’s progress at the end of each teaching session to inform the next lesson.

Intervention

Each pupil will be taught in a 1:1 or small group setting using a multi-sensory approach. Examples of multi-sensory activities include: making letters/words using Playdoh, sand, magnetic letters.

 

 

Outreach Behaviour

(Social Behavioural Emotional Wellbeing) 



About the Service

The Outreach Behaviour Service aims to support children in mainstream primary schools who are experiencing challenges with their social, emotional and well-being development. The staff (teachers and Classroom assistants) are all experienced in supporting pupils with Social, Emotional and Behaviour difficulties and through various levels of support ensure as far as possible, full time or part time attendance in mainstream education. The department also provides extensive support and advice to teachers and support staff regarding children presenting with challenging and complex behaviours.  



Interventions

The department devises and implements appropriate programmes, in partnership with the school’s SENCo, Class teacher and parent/carers, to help develop children’s emotional literacy skills, emotional well-being and emotional regulation. The strategies identified in the Intervention Plans are worked on in the outreach intervention session and shared with the class teacher to ensure continuity in the classroom. The department creates, develops and produces resources for use with the intervention plans, as appropriate, and may include social skills, emotional regulation and wellbeing tools.



Harberton Behaviour Assistants

The department, as part of a level of support, provides Harberton Behaviour Assistants to assist the class teacher in the management of the referred child through the implementation of the identified strategies. The BA’s are highly trained and highly skilled following a detailed programme of development, including weekly reflection on targets and training.  

Harberton Outreach Services

 

Outreach Learning

About Our Service

 

The Harberton Outreach Learning Service aims to support pupils experiencing difficulties with reading and early literacy development in their mainstream primary schools. The staff are all experienced in supporting pupils with reading difficulties and use a range of teaching and learning methods to develop these important skills.

We aim to make links between what is learnt in the intervention session, the classroom and home by providing intervention plans and home learning opportunities.

Assessment

Initially we assess the pupil’s knowledge of the alphabet, phonics, key words and their use of reading strategies.

Planning & Evaluation

We use this assessment to create an intervention plan with individualised targets for each pupil. We evaluate the pupil’s progress at the end of each teaching session to inform the next lesson.

Intervention

Each pupil will be taught in a 1:1 or small group setting using a multi-sensory approach. Examples of multi-sensory activities include: making letters/words using Playdoh, sand, magnetic letters.

 

 

Outreach Behaviour

(Social Behavioural Emotional Wellbeing) 



About the Service

The Outreach Behaviour Service aims to support children in mainstream primary schools who are experiencing challenges with their social, emotional and well-being development. The staff (teachers and Classroom assistants) are all experienced in supporting pupils with Social, Emotional and Behaviour difficulties and through various levels of support ensure as far as possible, full time or part time attendance in mainstream education. The department also provides extensive support and advice to teachers and support staff regarding children presenting with challenging and complex behaviours.  



Interventions

The department devises and implements appropriate programmes, in partnership with the school’s SENCo, Class teacher and parent/carers, to help develop children’s emotional literacy skills, emotional well-being and emotional regulation. The strategies identified in the Intervention Plans are worked on in the outreach intervention session and shared with the class teacher to ensure continuity in the classroom. The department creates, develops and produces resources for use with the intervention plans, as appropriate, and may include social skills, emotional regulation and wellbeing tools.



Harberton Behaviour Assistants

The department, as part of a level of support, provides Harberton Behaviour Assistants to assist the class teacher in the management of the referred child through the implementation of the identified strategies. The BA’s are highly trained and highly skilled following a detailed programme of development, including weekly reflection on targets and training.  

Harberton Outreach Services

 

Outreach Learning

About Our Service

 

The Harberton Outreach Learning Service aims to support pupils experiencing difficulties with reading and early literacy development in their mainstream primary schools. The staff are all experienced in supporting pupils with reading difficulties and use a range of teaching and learning methods to develop these important skills.

We aim to make links between what is learnt in the intervention session, the classroom and home by providing intervention plans and home learning opportunities.

Assessment

Initially we assess the pupil’s knowledge of the alphabet, phonics, key words and their use of reading strategies.

Planning & Evaluation

We use this assessment to create an intervention plan with individualised targets for each pupil. We evaluate the pupil’s progress at the end of each teaching session to inform the next lesson.

Intervention

Each pupil will be taught in a 1:1 or small group setting using a multi-sensory approach. Examples of multi-sensory activities include: making letters/words using Playdoh, sand, magnetic letters.

 

 

Outreach Behaviour

(Social Behavioural Emotional Wellbeing) 



About the Service

The Outreach Behaviour Service aims to support children in mainstream primary schools who are experiencing challenges with their social, emotional and well-being development. The staff (teachers and Classroom assistants) are all experienced in supporting pupils with Social, Emotional and Behaviour difficulties and through various levels of support ensure as far as possible, full time or part time attendance in mainstream education. The department also provides extensive support and advice to teachers and support staff regarding children presenting with challenging and complex behaviours.  



Interventions

The department devises and implements appropriate programmes, in partnership with the school’s SENCo, Class teacher and parent/carers, to help develop children’s emotional literacy skills, emotional well-being and emotional regulation. The strategies identified in the Intervention Plans are worked on in the outreach intervention session and shared with the class teacher to ensure continuity in the classroom. The department creates, develops and produces resources for use with the intervention plans, as appropriate, and may include social skills, emotional regulation and wellbeing tools.



Harberton Behaviour Assistants

The department, as part of a level of support, provides Harberton Behaviour Assistants to assist the class teacher in the management of the referred child through the implementation of the identified strategies. The BA’s are highly trained and highly skilled following a detailed programme of development, including weekly reflection on targets and training.