Learning Support Team
The Learning Support Team provides a service to schools and settings to enhance their capacity to meet the needs of children and young people with a range of learning needs through specialist advice, interventions, assessment and training.
Areas of specialism include literacy, numeracy, language and communication, dyslexia, dyspraxia, ICT and EAL.
The Learning Support Team have worked with 2000 children and young people over the past year
Supporting staff in 189 schools and settings to meet the needs of their pupils with learning difficulties
Following Learning Support Team intervention, schools reported that:
98% of pupils have made progress in reading
94% of pupils have made progress in writing
How can we support you?
A bespoke service is provided to schools settings and colleges to offer practical support, training and targeted strategies across all key stages to accelerate progress and remove barriers to learning.
The Learning Support Team is a traded service, available through purchase of a Learning Support Service Level Agreement (SLA). Schools can purchase any number of sessions to meet their requirements in supporting children and young people, and allows schools to access specialist advice, interventions, resources and training.
Who are the Learning Support Team?
The Learning Support Team are specialist teachers who are skilled and have a high level of expertise in working with children and young people with a wide range of learning needs and SEND. The team has long established links with schools, settings and professional organisations.
Members of the team hold a range of qualifications relevant to their work including Masters Degrees, Post Graduate Diplomas, Postgraduate Certificates, AMBDA accreditation and Assessment Practising Certificates. Several have also been Special Educational Needs Coordinators in Worcestershire schools or held other leadership roles.
Specialst Teaching Referral Form
Impact of Learning Support on Primary Pupils
Analysis demonstrating the impact of the Learning Support Team on primary ages pupils