Provision Map

Level 1- Universal Provision
• Dedicated Pastoral Team- led by Pastoral Care Manager: Richard Clarke
• Open Door Policy.
• Inclusion meetings to highlight any concerns to ensure early intervention.
• Positive behaviour management strategies used consistently across school.
• PSHE lessons following the long-term curriculum objectives based around three key areas: Health and Wellbeing, Relationships and Living in the Wider World.
• PSHE links across the whole of the curriculum.
• The 3 prime areas of the EYFS are given priority in FS1- Personal, Social and Emotional Development, Physical Development, Communication and Language
• Whole school ‘Value of the Month’ celebrated throughout school and explored deeply during assembly.
• Music is chosen carefully to promote positive and reflective thinking and enjoyed collectively through singing and signing.
• PSHE Co-ordinator- Miss Tracey 
• Weekly circle time in all classes-this will include issues relevant to class,  PSHE objectives, activities in response to the events in the community and wider world.
• Yoga and Mindfulness- used as a brain break or settling down activity for classes daily and to promote positive thinking.
• Restorative Approaches- part of school behaviour policy to support children when they have conflicts.
• Restorative Captains (Y6) and Play Leaders (throughout KS2).
• School Council and ‘Tea with the Deputy’- encouraging and valuing Pupil Voice.
• Whole class check-ins used at teacher’s discretion to support the emotional health and wellbeing of the class.
• Access to the Willow Garden for all children 
• Access to the Pastoral Team for all children and their families when needed.
• Wide range of extra-curricular activities available to all children.
• VVE budget to provide enrichment experiences that may not otherwise be accessible to the children.
• Staff Meetings to promote and support emotional health and wellbeing of the staff- Led by Pastoral Care Manager.

Level 2-School Interventions
• 1-1 pastoral support.
• 1-1 therapy sessions.
• Behavioural interventions.
• Individualised pastoral interventions designed, dependent on the child’s specific need.
• SEMH provision map.
• SEMH reviews.
• Attendance support and meetings.
• Regular Pastoral Team and Class Team meetings to discuss any concerns and to plan any support that needs to be escalated.
• Weekly Pastoral Team and Head teacher debriefing and ongoing liaison.
• Outdoor lunch time support from Pastoral Team, Head Teacher and Deputy Head
• Break time nurture groups for identified pupils.
• 1-page profiles, emotional wellbeing books 
• Cook for Life.
• Improving mental health through sports-targeted children invited to after school clubs.
• On site Speech and Language Therapist.
• Links made with Inscape House
• Pupil Premium funding- To offer financial support to parents to meet their child’s basic needs e.g. school uniform, subsidising breakfast/after school club and school trips.
• Parenting support and advice from the Pastoral Team and Head Teacher

Level 3-Support from Outside Agencies
• Primary Jigsaw referral.
• Healthy Young Minds Stockport referral.
• Primary Behaviour Support referral.
• Educational Psychologist referral.
• Mosaic, Young People’s Drug and Alcohol Services referral.
• Youth Offending Service.
• ADAPT team.
• Stockport Inclusion team.
• TAC meetings.
• Women Centre.
• Me to You group.
• SAP workers

Level 4- Higher level of support
• CLA
• Pupil Premium Plus- CLA
• Child Protection
• EHC Plans
• 1-1 long term support

Ofsted Good Provider
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