Integrated Pupil Service for schools

If you are a school or governing body that provides integration support for pupils, you can access specialist advice from us. Combining offers from Special Educational Needs Coordinator Support, Traveller Education, Minority Ethnic Achievement and Global School Support, the service is aligned with provision from the Gateway Refugee Education Team and the Interpretation Service to offer specialist support for all phases of education. We provide a range of bespoke services according to your needs.

Use the form to enquire about accessing this service -

What happens next

You will be contacted within 24 working hours of your enquiry

Features of the Integrated Pupil Service

We offer -

  • specialist support for any of the following pupil requirements -
    • Special Educational Needs (SEN)
    • English as an Additional Language (EAL)
    • Gypsy, Roma and Travellers
    • asylum seekers, refugees and newly arrived
  • support, advice and guidance from experienced and specialist staff in meeting the needs of individuals and groups of pupils to enable them to achieve their potential
  • system and practice development to build capacity within your school to support statutory duties and improve pupil outcomes
  • support to develop personalised learning and planning programmes for pupils
  • support to develop links between home and school for hard to reach and newly arrived families, with the potential for multiple agency work
  • advice and guidance on implementing changes to national policy and legislation
  • specialist assessment of pupils and appropriate recommendations to support teaching and learning
  • a citywide network of support for Rights Respecting School Award, Global School programme, school linking, and international projects
  • a variety of specialist training for teachers, other school staff, parents and governors according to your requirements
  • access and signposting to specialist resources
  • email and telephone contact for general advice and guidance

Benefits for your school

You will benefit from -

  • specialist advice, guidance and support
  • signposting to best practice
  • professional development
  • citywide and national perspective
  • bespoke packages varying from regular support and intervention to one off training or monitoring visits
  • flexible options - such as short periods of additional support for targeted groups of children

Service standards

In addition to our general service standards we will also make sure that - 

  • your school receives initial planning meetings to identify the level and type of support required - negotiated packages will be clearly set out and reviewed every term to ensure they are effective
  • requests for advice and support are answered within three working days and you are provided with an agreed follow-up
  • through an annual survey of schools we will provide 95 per cent service satisfaction
  • service evaluation is carried out annually with your input with an annual report produced and distributed to schools
  • requests for pupil assessment, direct pupil support, family liaison and more will be responded to within five working days

Find out about our general service standards

Statutory service

There is no statutory service