Student Support

at Pudsey Grangefield


If you would like any information further to the below, or to discuss how we can further support your child, please contact j.sadler02@pudseygrangefield.co.uk.


 

Green Room

“Interventions don’t change lives, people do.” Mark Finnis, L30 Restorative Systems

The Re-engagement team works closely with the rest of the pastoral team to support students in and outside of school. We focus on working with students and families and building relationships. Referrals are normally made by year leaders, when they feel students would benefit from additional support. If parents feel their child would benefit from any of the programmes, then please discuss with their year leader.

We offer a range of group work and individual programs in our specialised Green Room intervention space. In addition to this, we also work with Pudsey Cluster to deliver the Take 3 Parenting course, and other agencies and provision where appropriate.

Our work is constantly changing to meet the needs of our students, so not all programmes will be running at the same time, and new programmes will be added. Programmes can also be modified to suit individual needs.

Our current programmes include:

Name of programme

Number of sessions

Topics covered

Suitable for

Anger management

5

Triggers and how to relieve them, physical signs, challenging unhelpful thoughts, empathy and communication, developing resilience

KS4, KS5

Behaviour for learning

12

School behaviour, removals, reactions to situations, affective statements, bullying, anger management, well being, goal setting

KS3, maybe KS4 with some alterations

CSE

2, but 3 additional sessions possible if needed

Using the Exploited video and resources to look at a grooming scenario, how it affects people and what to do about it

Older KS3, KS4

Dialogue

5

What is dialogue, skills of dialogue, identity and respect, influences. Using dialogue to look at other people’s points of view and how to respond to something you disagree with respectfully.

Higher set KS4, KS5

IAG

3

Careers  information advice and guidance

Job profiles, university, college and apprenticeships courses.

Applications, skills health check to  help/support with career choice

KS4

Extremism

4

Understanding and preventing extremism, language, community, influences

All

Internet safety

4 - 7 depending on topics covered

Speed friending, things you see online, your digital tattoo, codebreaker, selfies exposed, private pics go public, when web chat goes wrong

All, though some sessions only suitable for KS4

Lego Therapy

6 - 8

Using Lego to improve communication skills, aimed at though not exclusive to students with autism

All ages

Let it go

5

Friendships, embracing differences, friendship qualities, friendship circles, healthy friendships

Lower KS3

Managing difficult emotions

12

Anger management, triggers, strategies, balanced thinking, affective statements, emotions, bullying, well being, goal setting

KS3

Move Forward

12

Communication and confidence building, Team sports/building.  Self motivation & discipline. Wellbeing; healthy eating and exercise, Mental health.

Alcohol & drug awareness.

Street Crime including vandalism, knife crime, gangs, robbery and abuse.  Employability skills

All

Relationships and social skills

12

Friendships, school behaviour, communication, body language, bullying, repairing relationships, emotions, empathy, anger management, well being, goal setting

KS3

Self esteem

10

About me, positive thoughts, body image, friendships, relaxation, challenging unhelpful thoughts, resilience, future plans

All

Skills for school

14

Princes Trust Achieve  - communication, working with others, managing feelings, confidence, reliability, setting and achieving goals

Transition, y7 - 8

Social Eyes

9

Core communication skills for students with autism– starting a conversation, eye contact, personal space, taking turns in a conversation, keeping on topic, talking about interest, sensitive topics, ending a conversation

All ages

Social Stories

4

Using social stories to explore issues in society, how our actions can be seen by others, the impact our actions have on others, our feelings and others feelings

Lower KS3

Stress management

5

Stress bucket, routines, self care, relaxation, resilience

Upper KS4, KS5

Thoughtful Art Making

10

Using the art making process to communicate thoughts and feelings in a safe and non-judgmental way. Improves well being, feeling of belonging,  behaviour, relationships, attendance

All. Not suitable for those who have experienced significant trauma

A Level Results Day 2018

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A-Level results will be available to collect on Thursday 16th August between 8:30am & 11:00am.

On receipt of their examination results, Year 13 students should visit DESK A to confirm decisions for next year.
Those who require further advice or support should visit DESK B.

It is very important that we know the progression destination of all of our Year 13 students.
Please make sure that you visit DESK A or DESK B to provide this information before you leave.