Outreach

We have developed various levels of response to support pupils with Social, Emotional and Mental Health (SEMH) Needs and those at risk of exclusion.

Schools should contact us at the earliest opportunity to allow for discussions related to pupil needs and possible school based interventions to take place.

We will respond to your contact within 48 hours (2 working days) and will often offer initial advice during the return phone conversation. If required, we will arrange a visit with you as soon as possible.

Please email outreach@bridgelea.manchester.sch.uk stating your school name, the year group of the child, staff contact name, email address and telephone number.

We aim to work as flexibly as possible to meet the needs of children, schools and families and wherever possible meeting times will be arranged with this in mind.

What We Offer

Our work with schools can be used in a variety of ways including:

  • Individual pupil advice and consultation meetings to develop strategies to support individual pupils
  • Staff surgeries (individual and group)
  • Development of individual behaviour plans/pastoral support plans
  • Review meetings
  • Parent meetings
  • Multi agency meetings
  • Class observations
  • Headteacher and SLT support
  • Behaviour Policy review

The Outreach Team is able to deliver a range of tailor made Continuing Professional Development opportunities for whole staff teams, NQTs/RQTs, Lunchtime Organisers and Teaching Assistants (please refer to our CPD Opportunities flyer for further details)

The Outreach Service is charged to schools at £80 per hour.

Our Training

The Outreach Team is able to deliver a range of tailor made Continuing Professional Development opportunities for whole staff teams, NQTs/RQTs, Lunchtime Organisers and Teaching Assistants (please refer to our CPD Opportunities flyer for further details)

The new and improved training schedule for 2020-2021 has now been emailed to all schools along with a booking form.  If you are interested in any of the training on offer or would like a personalised training package put together, please get in touch with the Outreach Team who will be glad to assist you in meeting your training requirements.

New for 2021!

Our Autum Term NQT behaviour courses have been very well received and it is clear that new teachers have benefitted from being able to meet colleagues and discuss their experiences in school. 

Due to popular demand, we have decided to run two further cohorts of NQT training, one in person (Mondays) and one online (Wednesdays) from 4.00pm-5.30pm. Numbers are limited on these courses, to allow for social distancing in person and to promote interaction in the virtual sessions. For details of the newly added courses for 2021 please see our New for 2021 - NQT Twilight Training flyer.

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