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Proposal: would this create a'good enough' therapeuticalternative provision in amainstream school?ClassroomHigh levels of routine &predictabilityExcellent teachingStaffingTrauma-informed &intrinsicallytherapeutically drivenSchoolInclusion Classroom atheart of the schoolTidy and unobtrusiveenvironment tofacilitate andcommunicate calmBreakout room for safeholding of distressedpupilswhole-school inclusivepolicy and practiceAdditional support staffwith full workingknowledge of theprovisionSupport staff for switch-ins to protect staffwellbeingSupportTime given forreflection after anincidentAccess to regularprofessionalsupervisionTime-Out given after anincidentWeave in emotionalliteracy, EducationalPsychologist, Speechand Language,Occupational Healthrecommendations tothe school dayReflection timeprovided after anincidentMulti-disciplinaryteamsBefore children start inthe provision, a TACmeeting to define keyshared objectives tohelp each childTermly reviews with allprofessionals for eachchild to consider whereto go nextPersonalAttributes of StaffCalmSense of humourAbility to withstandbeing hatedOpeness to hear thatstaff need time away toregulate themselvesRegular conversationswith otherprofessionals to ask foradvice or providefeedbackRegular contact withparents/carers (not justmain caregiver)Input with family at thesame time as thechildrenWeekly individualtherapeutic input forthe individual childrenTime given to buildgood enough workingrelationshipsSelf aware andreflectiveWider Community& Governance@marymeredCritical will be havingthe right mix ofpersonalities with theappropriate level oftraining to remain calmand therapeutic@FionafromYorksWhat about the sensoryprovision? A screen/tentand beanbags and softchairs . Drumming area,a separate outdoorspace away from themain playground toallow calming/strongwalking@FionafromYorksPossibly Assessmentsystem such as BoxhallProfiling or@FagusResource toassess need and providefocused support@ninalouise213Pupils@marymeredpeer support, teachingabout diversity, anti-bullying champions etc.Speech & Language,Paediatrician, SocialWorker, Family SupportWorker, EducationalPsychologist, TherapistsDining Area toexperience eatingtogether@HelenWoodleyViewed positively byother staff NaomiMooreAll other staff able andwilling to help teachersand children in theprovision Naomi MooreTherapeutic Provisionfor all children providedwhen beginningalternative provisionNaomi MooreTherapeutic workershave to ally themselveswith the child, familyand the school. NaomiMooreI think also aggressivethings such as boxinggloves, bags, encounterbats etc (in an enclosedsupervised space ONLY)are useful in that theyinvite aggression to bechannelled andengaged with in a waythat does not causeharm. But any sessionslike that should befollowed through with acalming activity. NaomiMoorecreative therapists,teachers trained intherapeutic thinking@BetsydetDevelop a curriculumthat is sensitive topupils whose lifeexperience may containchaos & uncertainty@jennifer_nockAppoint & Train a LinkGovernor forattachment and trauma@jennifer_nockDirected time forreflective practice@jennifer_nockplay as an integral partof the provision and alllearning is playful & fun@jennifer_nockSkilled in monitoringexcitement and anxiety& make appropriateinterventions to provideco-regulation@jennifer_noHomework is non-compulsory & builtaround family activities@jennifer_nock

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