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What does "ASPIRE" stand for?

It stands for
Aiding and

What is ASPIRE?

We are a bespoke provision aimed at working with children and families in identifying and removing barriers to learning. 

Which staff work in ASPIRE?

The ASPIRE provision is manned by two Emotional Literacy Support Assistants (ELSA’S )  and a Learning Mentor.  We offer targeted support and intervention to all children within our school. 

What programmes do we offer?

The range of Programmes that are currently on offer are:

  • Meet and Greet
  • Social Stories
  • Friendship Groups
  • Self Esteem Work
  • Emotional Regulation
  • 1:1 mentoring
  • School Counsellor
  • Brain Buddies
  • Bend don’t Break
  • Transition Programme
  • Lunchtime club facilitated by KS3 Mental Health Champions

We work closely with external agencies and children are able to self refer for support.  We invite parents to discuss any requests regarding support with Mrs. Webb, our Director of Pupil Wellbeing.  We work closely with children and families to enhance the time that children spend in school and offer support when needed.

Does your child need support?

If you or your child think they need support, please contact your child's form tutor.