Personal development, behaviour and welfare of pupils are key features of the ‘Common Inspection Framework: Education, Skills and Early Years’ and our education teams are on hand to ensure your next Ofsted Inspection has the best possible outcome.
Through Entrust and Link2ICT, our specialist providers of education services to schools, our teams offer in-school consultancy and continual professional development (CPD) opportunities to help you:
- overcome barriers to learning and narrow the gap
- maximise and measure the impact of pupil premium
- keep your pupils safe in school
- promote a positive culture across the school
- prepare your pupils for their next stage in education, training or employment.
Our specialist support services include:
- specialist advice and support for teachers working with pupils with special educational needs
- strategic management and support for students with English as an additional language
- schemes and initiatives to support anti-bullying and healthy minds and bodies
- independent and impartial careers guidance and employability skills
- consultancy and advice around online safety
- support and guidance to maximise your pupil premium.
With our proven track record, we can help you to make a positive impact in your school. Highlights include:
- 98% of schools surveyed felt that the work delivered by the Special Educational Needs and Inclusion team had a positive impact in their school
- 100% of young people surveyed said that their careers guidance session was useful
- we have enrolled 893 NEET young people on to Youth Contract and have supported 77% of these to re-engage in learning, compared to the West Midlands average of 61%
- 100% of schools that have been accredited for our Healthy Schools: Healthy Futures Status said the process had a positive impact on children’s’ health and well-being.
“I cannot speak highly enough of the support from Entrust and how it has helped me."
Kate Wells, assistant head teacher, Eastfield Primary, Wolverhampton