Is there a crisis in Pre-School provision?

We have heard that there is a bit of a crisis in Pre school settings, between wiping snotty noses and changing nappies, people who work in nurseries, pre schools, childminders, play groups are also supposed to be ensuring children are school ready, that they have appropriate language acquisition and are potty trained. That is a…


Partnership working to Improve Outcomes

We are delighted that our director will be speaking at this conference in November. She works tirelessly to ensure that services, agencies and organisations always listen to the voice of the child, parents and young person concerned. That they are there to focus on what the individual wants to achieve and that they support the…


So what, exactly do we mean by Progress?’

So what, exactly do we mean by ‘progress’? This is a question the Wraparound Team have been grappling with for some time. In our position we are extremely fortunate to work with children, young people, teachers, SENCOs, head teachers, paediatricians, speech and language therapists, social workers, early help teams, parents, grandparents, to name a few,…



Looking Beyond the Label

I started my career in education as a teaching assistant in what was until recently referred to as an EBSD (Emotional, Behavioural, Social Difficulties) provision. During my time there I worked with children on the Autism Spectrum, children diagnosed with ADHD, ADD, hearing impairment and growth disorders. Each child required a different approach to helping…


EHC Plans. What Works? Our 5 Golden Rules.

Dear reader thank you for your interest, Having now been through over 100 EHC plan needs assessments, we think we have some expertise in this area to share with others. Both schools/colleges and parents can benefit from this very simple advice, which is actually common sense but is all too often overlooked. We have been…