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What Training and Experience do our Staff have?

Learning Support Assistants (LSA) receive extensive training, empowering them to offer high quality interventions, which enhance classroom learning. Their expertise ensure they can work collaboratively with teaching staff, starting with the end in mind, allowing for the identification of student aspirations and implementation of processes which help students realise their true potential. LSAs are trained in the following areas:

- Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)
- Catch-Up Literacy and Numeracy
- Conduct Management and Restorative Justice
- Dyslexia Support
- Emotional Literacy and Self-Regulation
- Maximising the Impact of TA Support
- Mental Health First Aid
- Nurture Provisions and Boxall Profiling
- Promoting English with EAL Students
- Risk Assessments
- Safer People Handling
- Sensory and Physical Impairments
- Speech and Language Needs