Early Intervention – -Building a strong foundation
– Why is it important for young students to receive early intervention in school?
Early intervention is important to school-aged children because it provides them with the proper social skills, tools, and knowledge necessary to learn early on.
The play and learn model we use is designed to maximise students emotions and social understanding and building confidence and resilience.
The Objectives of our early intervention:
Our model is built on the belief that every child has unique needs, approaches things differently, and develops at their own pace. We are determined to give them the support they need to be the best version of themselves through play, fun, and learning. Through careful observation, careful listening, careful questioning, careful responding, careful planning, and careful management, we customize each experience to the effect it’s having on each child.
- Break down the barriers to learning
- Understand the students
- Students to Improve Social Understanding
- Students to understand and communicate emotional feelings
- Students to build confidence and resilience
How KRS Education delivers key areas of development and understanding.
Children in schools often lack a clear understanding of their emotions and how to express them to others. KRS aims to address these areas. For example, a child who lost a game may behave aggressively
Through play and learn, we can target key areas working in groups no larger than 8, with 2 staff. Students get the focus and engagement they need.
- Taking part
What are the common life skills lessons we will focus on with students?
You have a child who needs extra help or attention in school.
You’re worried that your child will never be able to keep up with their peers.
We at KRS Education deliver key areas of development and understanding by focusing on early intervention. Our current areas of focus are social skills, emotional regulation, empathy, anger management, and we include self-esteem.
We give students the tools to help grow into more welcoming young people
Early Intervention for young students is aimed at reducing any possible issues before it becomes too late.
- Play and Learn
- Understanding emotions
- Understanding emotions in the moment
- BSL – British Sign Language
- Identifying emotions in other
- Communicating how they feel
- Communicating effectively to others
Why do we commit to ongoing reviews?
We must continue to commit to holding ongoing reviews, including involvement from parents and students’ visions and aspirations. We must also make sure students are growing emotionally while also academically.
- Circumstances change
- Always ready to change the programme
- Assess where the child is on their journey
- Feedback to staff – same message whole school.
- Introduction to new areas of personal growth.
Reports and progress
Our reporting and progress charting is essential to keep all parties in the loop of what students are working on and aiming to achieve. If they are slipping on their standards, it is good to quickly do a check-in with them.
Our reporting system will demonstrate an improvement in attendance, academic, and importantly, emotional and social development.
- Weekly Feedback report – Progress areas, development areas
- Personal Social / Emotional progress
- Understanding Peers Social / Emotional progress
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