Jigsaw Extended Education Support Service
“Supporting emotional development and achievement”
Working to help vulnerable young people reconnect with
their learning by helping them to feel safe enough to access their education.
- Individual work with pupils
- Group Work
- Baseline Assessments for pupils with BESD
- Staff Training - Groups & Whole School Inset
- Whole school behaviour policy
- Provision Mapping
- Restorative Justice
- Solution Focus interventions
- Teacher Coaching
- Education of Permanently Excluded children Yrs 1 - 6
- Re integration of pupils back into school or alternative setting
- Commissioned Theraputic interventions
- Family support for cases open to us
The Jigsaw Centre Provides support through:
Providing Outreach support in schools to prevent exclusion;
Providing 'In -reach' education and support for those pupil who are permanently excluded;
Providing personalised reintegration packages to assist pupils in their return to school;
Providing family support for children who are identified as having difficulties;
Providing a Counselling service to pupils referred to the Service.
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The Jigsaw Team are committed to, and passionate about
children and their inclusion in education. With this in mind, we feel that the children we support must be at the heart of what we do.
In order to enable our children to achieve success, we believe that they must be treated as individuals and that a holistic approach should be employed in order to meet their needs - this in turn should provide the best chance for them to reach their full potential enabling them to feel happy, safe, valued and inspired.
We believe that it is not for adults to judge the children or to be critical of them but to be positive and committed to providing a fresh start and a way forward for them. It is agreed that, in order for this to happen, we must develop positive and supportive partnerships and work closely with a range of stakeholders so that the children we support can blossom and experience success in all areas of their school life and beyond.
Head of Service