Whole School SEND reviews are used to evaluate the effectiveness of provision for pupils with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities.
A Therapeutic Review aims to explore and build on the work already in place to support the mental health, well-being and attainment of the whole school.
Led by the BEP Inclusion Lead and a Senior Pastoral colleague from another Birmingham School, these reviews are requested by the school and involve the Headteacher and senior colleagues establishing strengths and areas to develop.
Birmingham City Council have commissioned Birmingham Education Partnership to deliver an Inclusion Zone Projects across the City.
KiVa is about celebrating diversity and increasing social inclusion by fostering attitudes of tolerance and acceptance in everyone.
NewStart is an expert-led approach to whole school improvement for resilience. Currently funded through the NHS to work with secondary schools in the city, this asset-building approach helps school leaders to develop sustainable whole school and targeted systems that build resilience approaches to support pupils and staff and raise achievement over time in school.