The final session on Day 4, will see Helen Everitt and Ryan Sallows of Oriel High School explain how their school has translated youth provision into school improvement.
When local authority cuts to youth provision threatened to ‘mothball’ Oriel's successful onsite school-based Youth Wing the school stepped forward and decided to fund and operate the provision themselves which was one of the best decisions they ever made. Helen and Ryan will explain Oriel's school-based universal Youth Provision and they have developed links between life in the classroom and life outside the classroom.
1.00pm | SEND - Whole-school approaches to inclusion and accessibility for children and young people with SEND
1.35pm | Virtual exhibition and networking break
1.55pm | EARLY YEARS - Reducing the speech, language and communication attainment gap
2.30pm | SCHOOLS - Translating youth provision into school improvement
Helen has been at Oriel since it opened in 2004. As an assistant headteacher, she played a leading role in setting up this new school with her role initially including data and assessment whilst leading a quarter of the school pastorally and also...
School Business Manager, Oriel High School, Crawley
Ryan has been the School Business Manager at Oriel High School since August 2010. One of Ryan’s early responsibilities at the school was being the link to the Local authority (LA) youth wing on site. When the LA suffered funding cuts in 2012 Ryan...