Presentation on theme: "Network meeting 19 th October 1. Assessment, tracking and intervention 3. Provision for developing wider outcomes 2. Structured conversations with parents."— Presentation transcript:
Network meeting 19 th October 1. Assessment, tracking and intervention 3. Provision for developing wider outcomes 2. Structured conversations with parents Children and young people
Agenda Integrated Youth – Emma Jenks PDM – Sports links – Vicky Dean Data patterns for cohort 1 Break Communicating with Parents Future networks
Integrated Youth Service Achievement For All October 2010
Integrated Youth Service – An Overview Sports Development and Youth Services Teams of staff in each area of Oldham (6 teams) 20,000 young people each year Diverse programmes to meet the needs of young people through alternative forms of education Opportunities to raise aspirations and achievement through wider opportunities in sport and youth
Some examples of current opportunities Twilight, evening and weekend activities Holiday provision Community sports clubs Disability sport Girls only provision After – school clubs
Sport Menu of learning through wider opportunities Sports Leadership – Supports self-esteem and confidence through development of leadership skills. Implementation of peer mentor programme at lunch times and after school Cross Curriculum Programmes – Supports children/ classes of children who are falling behind in core curriculum subjects by delivering curriculum through sport (Maths and English already available) Extended School Programme – Delivery of breakfast, lunchtime and after school clubs in sport and activity. With an emphasis on improving attendance.
Sport Menu of learning through wider opportunities Unity through Sport Programme – Development of positive relationships through sport. Delivery of team building programmes and activities to appreciate difference through sport Targeted Pupil Packages – Programmes designed to meet the specific needs of groups within the school who are disengaged with their peers (academically or socially). This may include working with young people with SEND, disability, low confidence/ self- esteem, challenging behaviour etc. Active Pupil Programme – A targeted programme for young people to provide a fun and educational framework to help them to lead healthier lifestyles.
Sport Additionally…. Insets/ Teacher Training Sports Days/ Events Holiday Programmes Community Clubs Bespoke Opportunities!!!!!
Youth Menu of learning through wider opportunities ACE Programme Mobile Bus Programme Mini Fusion Youth Activities Programme Empowerment of young people
LA Data trends How do these compare to your school trends? What do they tell us about the progress of children with SEND? What needs to happen next?
Discuss What are you thoughts about this data? Where are the areas for development?
Involving Parents How have parents been told about AfA? How are parents communicated with between conversations? How can we involve parents more? Parents Forums
Key Teachers A key teacher will need to be identified for each pupil participating in the project good knowledge and understanding of the child or young person. can influence provision arrangements has regular contact with the child or young person is aware of his or her needs, attainment and achievements.
How can parents contact the Key Teacher? E-mail contact Phone contact Specific weekly meeting time
Discussion point – Making conversations sustainable