SEMH Services

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About Us

Social, Emotional & Mental Health (SEMH) Programmes:

The purpose and aim of Behaviour and Support Programmes is to successfully integrate a student back into mainstream education. Our expert support staff can provide support in school, alongside a package of interventions and activities at a local ESS centre.

 

our mission

Intervention and Engagement

This programme offers targeted behaviour intervention support to young people. The provision is flexible to best suit the needs of the young person and the provider. The package can provide:

  • One-to-one mentoring support

  • Maths and English additional learning

  • Vocational courses and employment skills

  • In class support

  • Social and emotional mental health programmes

  • Developing communication skills

  • Social behaviours

  • Barrier to learning assessments

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Delivery:

This provision can be provided in school, as an alternative mentoring service and in a local ESS centre. The majority of young people access this support as a part of their education provision and it works alongside school on a part time basis.

Included in these bespoke packages:

  • Transport

  • A range of activities

  • All meetings related to the student

  • Access to lunch arrangement

Overview and Logistics: 

Our behaviour and intervention  packages run on a 6 week basis

Cost: 

1 hour (individual): £58

Half day (per week): £180

Full day (per week): £275

Weekly and termly costs are priced  individually

Additional Costs: 

Additional activities

Additional Qualifications

Travel (if outside expected range)

Flexibility: 

We understand that the needs of the young person and the organisation can be complex, however we endeavour to be flexible with the days and times provided.

KS3

Our KS3 and Young Women’s programmes are incorporated within our behaviour support programme

KS3 Behaviour Support:

Increasingly it is found that behaviour and intervention services for younger students is lacking, with the focus being on Year 10 and Year 11. ESS KS3 provision is designed to work with young people whose behaviour is showing signs of disengagement and disrespect. By working with young people in the earlier stages we can find effective ways of preventing future difficulties and exclusions. This provision provides the same range of interventions but is tailored to a slightly younger outlook and set of needs.

 

The purpose and aim of the Behaviour and Support Programme is to successfully integrate a student back into mainstream education and our support staff can provide support in school, alongside a package of interventions and activities at a local ESS centre.

The behaviour of young women can be disruptive and disengaged for a range of reasons and specialised interventions designed for the issues young women face can be essential in helping them to be successful in education and in their development. Our team at ESS have worked with young women with a wide range of difficulties and have positively impacted their behaviour, attitude and their lives. This service is now available to 11 – 18 year olds and is delivered in a range of ways.

This provision can be provided in school, as an alternative mentoring service and in a local ESS centre. The majority of young people access this support as a part of their education provision and it works alongside school on a part time basis.

Specialised Young Women's Service: