CARE is a program which offers a tailored need approach for individual schools or children to support early intervention when issues arise.
Referring schools (Primary and Secondary) and The Emscote School will, in partnership, create a short-term intervention package that is specifically tailored to the individual needs of the child, or small group of children.
The program will take place within the home school and can be designed for 1-5 children at a time. The sessions will be planned according to the needs of the child, focusing on a range of packages such as self-esteem, stress management, healthy relationships, anger management, anxiety, and transition. We also offer support to children who have additional needs such as ADHD, ASD, ADD, and Autism. In some cases sessions, provided appropriate risk assessments have been put in place, can take place within the home of the child should they be classed as a child missing from education or have barriers with attending, bridging the gap between school and individual.
We also support children who may have SEMH needs and help them build and maintain relationships. Our aim is to engage children positively in educational settings like the classroom by providing them with the tools they need to be able to manage SEMH difficulties.
What people say about us
I have seen my daughter develop from a moody teenager into a young woman who is keen to succeed and be independent.
The small class sizes really help, my son gets the attention he needs - he seems so much happier.
Why wasn't this around for me? It feels like someone understands what she's going through.
The staff quickly became my family because they listened. I was able to talk to them and be sure they would help me when I had an issue, even if that was from outside school.
To watch students come through the door with very little hope in their education to then leave with a real sense of belonging and achievement is the most rewarding part of my role.