This approach ensures that young people have access to cohesive services and all the relevant practitioners concerned with an individual young person meet regularly. This ensures the services delivered are integrated, prioritised, coherent and achieve their intended outcomes.

Each half term we review the young person’s provision through the ‘Internal Team Around the Child’ coming together to evaluate progress, plan next steps and evidence change in emotional wellbeing, mental health, behaviour and learning.

The team is made up of professionals from across different disciplines to ensure there is a holistic approach to meeting each young person’s needs.

The effective sharing of information about the child, young person or family to underpin ongoing work
Consistency and coordination in the services delivered
A multidisciplinary approach to supporting a child, young person and family
The development and delivery of a package of solution focused support, with each ITAC member being responsible and accountable for their actions and the services they provide
The review of progress and outcomes, identifying further action and support that may be needed

The ITAC process has five core elements

Our unique approaches ensure that each young person realises their own story of success.  From making new friends to leaving with qualifications galore, we love to celebrate every moment of success.

1996
Since 1996, thousands of stories of success.
100%
of our leavers go on to further education, training or employment
93%
of teaching staff assessed as good or outstanding