Presentation on theme: "Matthew Jacques Year 10 Review March 14 th 2007. Who was there Matthew Matthews Mum and Dad Uncle Roger Jane Clift [teacher] Claire Brown [Teaching Assistant]"— Presentation transcript:
Who was there Matthew Matthews Mum and Dad Uncle Roger Jane Clift [teacher] Claire Brown [Teaching Assistant] Lorraine Erwin [facilitator] Louisa Evans [connexions] Claire Parker, [Matthews friend] Nigel Schermuly [filming]
What we like and admire about Matthew Good swimmer Prepared to have a go Makes us feel special Good at photography Works really hard Welcoming smile Gets on with people Makes people laugh Blonde hair and blue eyes Enthusiastic Developing as a person Becoming more independent Remembering things really well Very Kind Good horse rider Very helpful Sincere Proud
Good things that have happened since the last review Matthew has started playing pool Has impeccable manners when out Qualified from the North Midlands in equal first place and took part in the National riding championships at Tetbury [came 4 th ] Slowly growing up, has his own views Good at listening Being invited to join a new youth club Learning Spanish and doing really well Making African pots in ceramics Good at money skills
Good things that have happened since last review contd… More adept at seeing the bigger picture – there is an end to school Going to interviews – at the George Hotel, Stamford Doing jobs, so that I can earn money for my holidays from dad Having a day out at Snibston discovery park with the youth club Had a very good report from my science teacher – tables, bar charts etc Making new friends outside of school Matthews Statement is working well, no changes are needed.
Questions to answer What do we have to do to get Matthew some individual guitar lessons? In maths, work on telling the time, adding coins, subtracting numbers below 10 mentally – How can Matthew improve on this? In English – how can we help Matthew further improve his reading and writing? How can we help Matthew improve his communication skills [speech and language]? How can we help Matthew be more aware of road safety and stranger danger?
How can we best support Matthew in relation to the six keys to citizenship in the future? FACE [Functional Analysis of Care Analysis] carried out at 17 by the social services department
Self Determination [advocacy, circle of support, communication] Support from connexions until 25 Leicester Advocacy Whatever Matthew is interested in will give him the self determination to succeed. Direction [person centred plan] College [horse studies / cooking] Work experience Future employment Exploring the possibility of having a person centred plan
Money (Having my own money, getting a job) EMA at college?? Benefits? Having my own money Exploring individual budgets Direct payments? Getting a job? Working in a hotel, or with horses Home [where will I live, and who will I live with] Can live with the family for as long as he wants Life Skills – cleaning / cooking]
Support (Have my own staff, supported living I think I would possibly have supported living in the future Buying support Let Matthew do what he wants – eg work Community Life (Build on existing relationships, join in community life) Thursday Youth Club, help with relationships and well being Going out with Chris [brother] + family Being with friends Carriage driving Swimming
Matthews Action Plan WhoWill do what?When? LouisaLiaise with Leics connexions re futureSept 07 LouisaSupply Pony ClubMarch 07 contacts LouisaProvide informationMarch 07 about local college courses in horses and cooking
WhoWill do whatWhen? Matthew/Plan trip to AnfieldEnd year Dad LouisaFind out about localMarch 07 Social Services contact in relation to budget and FACE. LouisaFind out about localMarch 07 Employment officer JaneMake sure Matthew March 07 looks at road safety/ stranger danger
WhoWill do what?When? JaneFind out about March 07 individual music lessons – guitar JaneSet targets aroundMarch 07 IEP and speech & language. JaneSpeak to Mrs OMarch 07 Connell re homework for Matthew
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