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Cicely Haughton School Outreach Service

The Outreach service is a sustainable specialist approach in supporting challenging and vulnerable children

Our flexible services are planned and delivered by a team of qualified, experienced practitioners with specialisms in:

  •  Building positive relationships with children
  •  Social, Emotional and Mental Health (SEMH)
  •  Nurture
  •  Transition
  •  Parent Support
  •  Behaviour Management
  •  Profiling, tracking and interventions
  •  Well being
  •  Improving outcomes
  •  Promoting positive relationships between staff and pupils.


Who to contact

Contact Name
Anthony Halden-Evans
Contact Position
Transition Co-ordinator
01782 551910
01782 550202
Cicely Haughton School


Thinking about a Nurture group in your setting?

We can provide:

  • Initial consultation
  • Staff awareness training
  • Boxall Profile analysis/target setting
  • Nurture planning
  • Principles and practices
  • Parents information
  • Resources advice
  • Monitoring
  • Practical support for staff
  • Signpost links to Nurture Network
  • accredited training.

Pupil Referral

Social, Emotional and Mental Health support

  • 1 to 1 pupil support (bespoke)
  • Tracking of behaviour for learning
  • Target setting and Emotional Profiling
  • Risk assessment
  • Individual Behaviour Plans
  • Data analysis, monitoring, evaluation and intervention
  • Home/School liaison
  • Individual Parenting Programme
  • Support and Guide Transition
  • Reintegration
  • Managed moves
  • Key stage transitions
  • Change of provision.

Whole School Projects

Project Menu:

  • Inreach and Outreach Service
  • Home/School liaison
  • Assessment
  • Intervention plans.

Bespoke staff training linked to:

  • Behaviour of pupils
  • Relationship management
  • Emotional literacy
  • Attachment
  • Nurture
  • Effective use of staff
  • Data
  • Improvement in staff resilience and well being.


Where to go

Cicely Haughton School
Westwood Manor
Mill Lane
Wetley Rocks

Other Details


Other notes

We cater for pupils aged between 4-11 years old who have social, emotional and mental health difficulties. (SEMH)

Local Offer

Local Offer

Schools Extended Local Offer Response 

What kinds of SEND does the school provide for?

We provide support for pupils with Social, Emotional and Mental Health (SEMH) difficulties.

How does this setting know if their children/young person needs extra help and what should I do if I think my child/young person may have special educational needs?

We provide specialist support and advice and can signpost services.

How will the setting support my child/young person?

We provide specialist support and advice and can signpost services.


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