SAVE MONEY ON SUPPORT FOR PUPILS, STAFF AND PARENTS - VERY COMPETITIVE HOURLY RATES
Schools can request support which might be in the form of pre-planned visits on a regular basis to support schools or ad hoc visits paid hourly for specific interventions or advice.
Advice and support can be for all areas of SEND e.g. autism, ADHD, language and learning, SEMH or whole school change with an overview of provision. Statutory work is also carried out with advice submitted to LA assessment teams.
Currently support is being provided across Birmingham and Dudley in mainstream, autism bases and specialist provision. This can now be extended across the West Midlands. We now have a small team of specialists in various areas.
Please inquire about our current rates - no obligation.
We can offer support for your SENCo during busy times - writing EHCP requests, data tracking etc.
We can use formal standardised assessments or informal methods to help plan targets and provision.This may be useful for annual reviews. Assessments cover self esteem, Emotional Literacy, maths, literacy, language and social skills.
What people say about our School Support
"Will use SBBST again as it has been a positive experience on all levels" 2019
"Support with realistic practical ideas as well as advice" 2019
"Personalised and tailored advice/ resources" 2019
"Provide a tailored one off programme that represents value for money . The team are very experienced and are able to offer a range of excellent suggestions and ways to improve our practice." 2019 C Watt SENCO Chilcote Primary School
"Andrea has been really helpful and informative. She has an extensive knowledge base! Would highly recommend! "(Mainstream SENCo 2019)
"The service provider works as a member of the school team which is invaluable. The knowledge and skills of the service provider are excellent The ability of the service provider to work with all those involved with a child is excellent. The service provider is very flexible in his working days/times and works to support us where needed. The service provider provides us with some resources at no extra cost to enable us to try things out before we buy them....The service provider has had a huge impact on the school, the staff practices and on the behaviour of our children. His approach ensures that each child's individual needs are met whilst helping to maintain consistency in approach across every classroom. ...We do not know how we would do without Steve Brown in our school. " (Specialist setting 2018)
"Steve offers a very bespoke package and has the ability to be flexible and adapt the the needs of our school, pupils and families. Steve addresses issues in a very sensitive way and parents/carers speak very highly of the support that is offered to them. Steve is also held in high regard by staff who are able to have professional discussions with him to improve the practise in their classrooms. Impact in behaviour for learning is measurable and there are lower numbers of incidents for specific pupils. " (Specialist Setting Head Teacher 2018)
"Steve Brown conducts himself in a highly professional manner. He provides clear guidance and support for parents and school. Steve's experience of education and specialist services means he provides relevant advice, is able to identify children in need of additional support and appropriate strategies to use......Steve focuses are about what is best for our children, they are balanced views but he takes into consideration information shared and is able to "make a difference" to our children and their families.He has advocated for our children and families on more than one occasion where he skills and knowledge have been invaluable. Steves approach compliments our policies and procedures and ensures we are up to date with any current guidance. Steve has developed an excellent relationship with us over many years and has formed positive relationships with our parents too. He is an excellent addition to our team of professionals we employ " (mainstream 2018)
"Excellent advice to staff, parents and students on strategies to support and manage ASC and SEMH issues." H Porter, Head Teacher Priestley Smith School 2019