Intervention Summary

Area of needUniversalTargetedSpecialist
Communication & InteractionQuality First Teaching
– Scaffolded / differentiated curriculum (planning, delivery, outcomes and activities)
– Use of a range of visuals to support understanding
– Word banks / word mats visuals 
– Modelling of language
– Pre-teaching of vocabulary
– Opportunities for talk (talk partners or think, pair, square, share)
– Communication Friendly Classrooms
– Whole school ‘Active Listening’ strategy and ‘skilled speaking’ strategy
– Opportunities for ‘Show and Tell’
– TalkBoost KS1 programme
– Language for Thinking programme
– Conversation skills group
– Attention Autism (Bucket time)
– Lego Therapy
– Word Aware
– Barrier Games
– Social stories
– Zones of Regulation
– Comic Strip Conversations
– Colourful Semantics 
– Individual visual timetable
– ‘First / Next’ board
– First / Next / Then’ board
– Checklists / task planners / visual prompts
– Local Authority Speech and Language Therapist (for pupils with EHC plans only)
– School funded Speech and Language Therapy support for identified pupils (for pupils without an EHC plan)
– Autism outreach service
Cognition & LearningQuality First Teaching
– Scaffolded / differentiated curriculum (planning, delivery, outcomes and activities)
– Use of visual aids and modelling of strategies
– Use of practical resources and support materials
– Word banks / word mats visuals
– Whole school training in Maths No Problem! (mastery programme)
– Writing frames or scaffolded sentences
– Pre-teaching of key vocabulary and key skills
– Daily synthetic phonics programme (Reception – Year 2)
– VIPERS skills for comprehension
– TA support in class for literacy and mathematics
– Streamed groups (with reduced class size) in Literacy & maths for Year 6

– Daily revision of class phonics lesson
– Daily reading support with TA
– Literacy support groups led by a Higher Level TA
– Literacy support groups led by a Teacher
– Nessy online reading & spelling programme
– Reading Wise online programme
– Maths support / booster groups led by a TA
– Maths support / booster groups led by a Teacher 
– Highly adapted or Individual curriculum to meet specific needs (where appropriate)
– Access arrangements for pupils undertaking SATs
– Educational Psychology service
– Dyslexia Specialist service
– Autism outreach service
Social, Emotional & Mental Health– Whole school behaviour policy focused on positive behaviour
– School/class rules created by pupils
– Class/school reward systems
– House points and award assemblies
– Circle time
– Golden time
– Independent learning opportunities
– Prayer garden for contemplation
– Weekly class-based collective worship
– Mental Health First Aid trained Teacher and TA
– Individual reward system
– Individual positive behaviour book / chart / poster (linked to a motivating reward system)
– Zones of Regulation
– Comic Strip Conversations
– Social stories
– Circle of friends
– Social skills group
– Behaviour Support Plan
– Emotional Literacy Support Assistants (ELSAs)
– Support with Transition
– Creative Therapist (funded by school)
– Child and Adolescent Mental Health service (CAMHs)
– Ormiston Academy Trust (OAT)
– Family Support Localities service (FSLs)
– Virtual School services
Sensory &/or Physical NeedsSchool designed and built to fulfil the accessibility requirements of the Disability Discrimination Act.
Provision includes:
– lift with low level control
– disabled toilets
– hand rails on stairs
– child height handles on doors
– induction loop
– wide doorways
– clear signage

– fully accessible outdoor/indoor space                    
– flexible teaching arrangements and differentiated curriculum where necessary
– use of adapted implements, e.g. pencils, scissors, cutlery
– Fine motor skills activities
– Thera-Putty programme
– Targeted handwriting practise
– Touch typing programme
– Sensory diet activities
– Enlarged materials (where required)
– Toileting support
– ‘Meet & Greet’ for anxious pupils
– First aiders (EYFS, KS1 & KS2)
– Allocated member of support staff for medical needs
– Training arranged to support individual medical needs (e.g. epilepsy)
– NHS Occupational Therapy service (for children without an EHC Plan)
– SEN Occupational Therapy service (for children with an EHC Plan)
– Physiotherapy service
– Inspire Team to support children with visual and hearing impairment
– School Nurse