Area Inclusion Worker


The main priorities of our Area Inclusion Worker are - 

  • To promote the value of inclusion and encourage and support pupils to attend and to stay in school
  • To develop and maintain links between home and school focusing on maximising attendance and provide support to young people and their families by being a key point of contact
  • To promote a strengths based approach and focus on improving resilience, empowering young people and their families
  • To develop and deliver programmes in groups or on a 1:1 basis that build on resilience and promote strengths 
  • Support and offer advice to young people and families with all well-being requirements 
  • Carry out home visits to assess and support identified needs of the young person and parents/carers
  • Maintain contact with young people and parents in relation to support self-esteem, improving social skills, develop peer relationships, attendance and behaviour.
  • Supporting transition - promoting Irvine Royal Academy with pupils moving from P7 to S1 or who are new to our area
  • Assessing pupil needs and identifying the most appropriate services. Liaising between services and families continuing to support throughout.

 

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