KS4 Intervention Programme
John Evelyn Campus
The KS4 Short Term Intervention Programme aims to provide schools with high quality, tailored education for students who need to be out of school for a short period to help them to re-focus on their learning. It is anticipated that this programme will help to reduce permanent exclusions over time.
The student centred, intensive support will address individual need and help to re-engage students with their learning. Students will benefit from 1-1 sessions with both teachers and Learning Mentors. Class sizes are restricted to a maximum of 10 ensuring constant, on-going individual attention for each student.
Students will follow a curriculum model made up of 37 periods. This will include GCSE English and Maths, onsite Sport and Cook & Eat. Students will also undertake the European Computer Driving Licence (ECDL) and could potentially gain the full qualification whilst undertaking their placement. There will be scope in the timetable for work from the referring school; this aspect will form 10 periods of learning during each week and will ensure academic progress continues in line with the student’s school targets and progress. A dedicated Intervention Course Leader will work exclusively with students to facilitate their learning across KS4 subjects during these 10 periods and will also have a key role in communicating with designated staff from referring schools.
Our Course Leaders will maintain regular communication with designated staff from the referring school and act as the point of contact with the Short Term Intervention Programme. Regular reporting will ensure schools are kept fully up to date with the progress of their pupils. Close partnership working with schools and other service providers will contribute to the personalised provision we offer and ensure students’ individual academic and pastoral needs are met.
For more information please contact Naomi Marley, Assistant Business Manager.
Tel: 020 8297 7060 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org