Building An Inclusive Teaching Community: Teaching the Teachers.

Achieving Quality. Research shows that the most effective method for improving the progress of all students is quality teaching, by all teachers for all students. But, is this happening consistently well in your school? The desired goal is that all students regardless of ability, should receive the best teaching, but in fact the demands placed…


EHCP’s and the Section A Myth.

Here at Wraparound HQ, the Myth of Section A is an inevitable topic of conversation. The mystery of Section A is one of those that will remain unsolved, though we have our suspicions. Education, Health and Care Plans, (EHCP) have at their heart, the views, wishes and feelings of the child, young person and their…


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…



The EHC Plan Process

The NEW (September 2014) SEND 0-25 Code of Practice was produced to support the legal framework in Part 3 of the 2014 Children and Families Act, which stipulates the involvement of parents and carers in producing an Education, Health and Care Plan for their child. EHC Plans have now been in existence for a full…


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…