Parents and Students - Introducing Ourselves
WHO WE ARE
WHAT ARE OUR GOALS
WHAT DO WE DO?
The Partnership are made up of all the secondary state funded schools in Leicestershire grouped into five areas:
The areas are:
Loughborough Inclusion Partnership (LIP)
Schools in Loughborough, Quorn, Barrow, Shepshed and Castle Donington
Melton and South Charnwood Inclusion Partnership (MSCIP)
Schools In Melton, the Vale of Belvoir, Syston, Birstall and Anstey
Hinckley and Bosworth Education Partnership (HBEP)
Schools in Hinckley, Burbage, Earl Shilton, Groby, Bosworth and surrounding villages
South Leicestershire Inclusion Partnership (SLIP)
Schools in Oadby, Wigston and the districts of Harborough and Blaby
North West Leicestershire Learning and Inclusion Partnership (NWLLIP)
Schools in Coalville and Ashby and surrounding areas.
1. Partnership schools accept that we have a shared responsibility for all young people of school age who live in the area served by our schools whatever school they currently attend. We deliver that responsibility by working together to ensure that no young person loses their right to education even when they can no longer be educated safely and without detriment to others in their current school.
2. All vulnerable students should achieve successful transition at the end of Year Eleven into further education and training and on into work.
1. Organise the education of students who can no longer be educated in schools. (Generally these are students who are at risk of or who have been excluded from school.)
2. Provide a key link between local agencies and schools in supporting vulnerable young people and their families.
3. Provide support, advice and resources to schools as they work with some of their most challenging youngsters and help to facilitate the exchange of support, advice and resources between schools.
4. Provide additional opportunities for young people in schools who are at risk of disengagement but who have the potential to be "nudged back on track".
5. Provide structured provision for our vulnerable young people during the school holidays, helping to reduce offending behaviour and to maintain mentoring support.
6. Make decisions, usually in Partnership Meetings, on the admission to schools of students who fall within the scope of the Fair Access Protocol.