Student Support and Inclusion
Stanborough School has a long tradition of promoting and achieving inclusion for all young people. The staff of the student support department work with students, parents and colleagues across the school to ensure that all young people have the best possible learning environment.
Learning support and Inclusion teams work hard to ensure that staff skills and expertise are utilised effectively to help remove the barriers to learning which result from difficulties in cognition and learning; communication and interaction; social, emotional and/or mental health or sensory and/or physical needs.
School staff can refer a student to the student support department if they feel that they may benefit from additional help and support.
Student support and inclusion aims to offer support that is student-centred and flexible to meet individual needs. It may include any of the following:
- Student Passport
- Reading Comprehension Booster
- Numeracy scheme
- Language builders
- Reader Leaders and Spellzone
- Skills Builders Course
- Happy in my Skin
- Circle of Support
- Key worker
- Homework club
- Social skills groups
- Life Skills
- Career Guidance
- Diversity group
- Keeping up (alternative option support KS4)
- Typing club (handwriting and touch typing course)
- Access arrangements for examinations
- Support with transition to further or higher education
- In-class support
- 1×1 withdrawal teaching/support sessions
- School counsellor
- Life coach
- Student and family support worker
- Art therapy
Our aim is to enable all students to participate fully in the life and work of the school.
For more information, please contact:
Tel: 01707 321755