There are three sections on this page:
Strategies - information suggesting ways to work with students to promote their wellbeing
Contacts - external agencies who can support you in your work to care for students
Training Provision - providers who offer training to staff teams
But see also our Inclusion Forum page.
Goal Based Outcomes
These documents give background and practical advice on using Goal Based Outcomes. This is an effective way of shaping your support work with young people and allowing you to evaluate the effectiveness of the work
Dialectical Behaviour Therapy
DBT is of direct relevance to the work we do with students in the Partnership. Find out more about DBT by clicking on the DBT link
Signs of Safety
A format for undertaking comprehensive risk assessment — assessing both danger and strengths/safety when working with vulnerable families. This is the approach that underpins LCC social care practice
Charnwood Arts are offering Arts therapy programmes.
List of Contacts in this section
Dyslexia and Dyspraxia
Fun in Families
Futures in Mind
LCC Inclusion Team
LCC Learning Support Team
LCC Traded Services
Public Health Services
Route to Resillience
When should you refer a child on to other agencies?
A new document from the Safeguarding Board which sets out the thresholds for referrals - very useful for Surgeries.
Leicester Samaritans offer of training for Post 16 students
Local schools might be interested in using this training to create Peer Listeners as a service provided by older students for younger
These staff are part of the Local Authority Children and Families Wellbeing Service - our Early Help Service. Children and young people with low level common mental health difficulties can be referred. The link takes you to the referral criteria.
This link takes you to contact details for the Children and Families Wellbeing Service WPs.
This link takes you to a document that describes the role of the WPs and sets out what schools should be thinking about
A summary of the work of the Virtual School in supporting children in care
Presentation made by the team to Co-ordinators in Jan 2020. The second link takes you to our advice on out of county children in care.
Leicester Based Charity offering a range of support to ADHD young people, their families and the professionals working with them
Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service for Leicestershire, Leicester and Rutland.
CAMHS Referral Help Line
0116 295 5048
Care Navigation and the Neighbourhood Teams
Information about the role of the Care Navigators and how they can co-ordinate services for children and young people.
A list of providers of individual assessments for learners who you may feel have as yet unidentified dyslexia or dyscalculia issues.
Apply here for your free two hour consultation - see the guidance on what is covered in this session.
Fun and Families
Information on this organisation which can work directly with parents or help you work with them yourselves. An email link to our contact, Jayne Ballard, is included
Futures in Mind Services Directory
Children and Young People's Emotional, Mental Health and Wellbeing, list of services and access routes
LCC Inclusion Team
Children with Medical Needs
Children Missing Education
Support for children who are missing education and children with medical needs.
The LCC Learning Support Team
As above - the offer that the LST makes to schools
Leicestershire Traded Services
A wide range of services that are available from the Local Authority at a cost, including specialist teaching support, governor support and the EP service
Flier about the Public Health programme for schools that focuses on drugs tobacco, alcohol risk
Leicestershire Police Community Partnership Intelligence sharing
Use this link to access the Police Intelligence sharing system when you want to make sure they receive up to date information of use to their work in your locality
Public Health Services Guide
Lists and describes services for issues such a substance misuse, weight management, smoking cessation, mental health, school nurse services
Offers help for low level mental health issues for young people. This link national web site
Route to Resilience
A programme for schools to develop their capacity to meet the needs of vulnerable students
Advice and Support for Parents and carers with children with SEND
Training Opportunites provided via Health and other agencies
The SEIPS are partner organisations in the local CYP IAPT Partnership. This wider Partnership has a draft Training Directory for Futures in Mind which has course that are relevant to the SEIPS
Inclusive Solutions Training Provider
The SEIPS used this organsiation for the Path Training carried out in 2019