The Education Inclusion Service provides a statutory, but impartial service for parents and carers, school governors, headteachers, school staff and other agencies about inclusion, reintegration and exclusion.
Babcock LDP Educational Psychology Service
Domestic Violence and Abuse Resource Pack for Schools: Good Practice Guidance
Running Deer supports schools with a range of alternative therapeutic services for young people in Devon who are struggling in the classroom.
'Woodlands', On Track's Intervention Centre, is nestled in the beautiful Dartington Estate. The centre has its own unique charm and could not be better suited to support vulnerable children who struggle with the pressures of the modern world.
1-2-1 Mentors is a creative intervention service offering a range of programmes and bespoke packages to meet the needs of vulnerable children and young people.
Central Devon Academy is an Alternative Provision Academy Sponsored by The Schools Company Trust providing full time education for children from 4-16 years of age. We cover Central Devon including Exeter, East Devon and Mid Devon and work closely with Devon County Council to ensure a swift transition both into and out of the Academy to minimise the impact of any transition on the learning of those young people.
Our Firesetters Scheme has been running since 1995 and is designed to advise children and young people with firesetting behaviour. The aim of the Scheme is to help children and young people understand and control the feelings and circumstances that lead them to set fires.
A free service to help dyspraxic children improve their motor skills and enjoy sport.
Since our inception in 2009, our philosophy and practice has developed and evolved in accordance with the needs of our attendees. Exploring life-lessons through practical skills and group engagement, key to our delivery has always been rooted in a holistic approach, addressing social and emotional wellbeing and development to promote rounded, confident and resilient children that are considerate of the community they are a part of and the environment that we all share.
SEND Resource Library