The aim of the OAT Outreach team is to support schools with early intervention by working with children identified as at risk of permanent exclusion. The team also supports children who use our managed intervention service, children on 12 week placements at Ormiston Bridge Academy and those who have been reintegrated back into mainstream.
The Hammersmith & Fulham Outreach Team is made up of one well-qualified, experienced specialist teacher and highly skilled specialist support professionals (Behaviour and SEMH). The Team offers support for schools in behaviour for learning and aspects of social, emotional and mental health and its impact on behavior. The Team aims to work in partnership with pupils, parents/carers, teachers, school support staff, whole staff teams and other professionals to improve outcomes for pupils.
The Team uses the Behaviour for Learning conceptual framework and an integrated approach to help teachers understand the behaviour, clarify their concerns and plan for change. Their work is informed by developmental trauma, nurture and attachment aware approaches as they aim to develop capacity by providing practical, impact-driven support to schools.
For enquiries regarding Secondary Outreach support contact: Natalie Wright (Lead Teacher)