The Outreach Team support young people who struggle to attend school, due to health-related issues.  The aim is to support the young person to re-engage with education. 

It is important to note that our Outreach provision means that a pupil is not receiving an education from The Rosewood School and will not be seen full-time by our professionals

Initially we will establish a relationship with the young person and their parents/carers in order to build up trust and understand the barriers preventing them from engaging with school. We will also liaise with other professionals involved with the young person.  A plan will then be devised to set goals to help the young person visualise steps on their journey to re-engagement.

Depending on the presentation of the young person, a bespoke programme will be devised to help them implement strategies to enable them to build resilience and promote confidence, self-esteem and emotional health and well-being.

Over the course of 6 to 10 weeks as the plan progresses, the relationship with the young person and the school develops, to introduce a programme of gradual exposure to education. The plan may evolve depending on progress, and this is reviewed weekly by the team.

Please note, outreach support does not include tuition.  Outreach will support a child attending home school or a TRS school in the future.