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Admissions

ADMISSIONS AT REINTEGREAT EDUCATION SOLUTIONS

At Reintegreat staff and stakeholders are dedicated to providing key stage 3 and key stage 4 learners with the opportunity to access an academically led curriculum as well as offering a variety of therapeutic support to allow learners to achieve and progress.

HOW DO FAMILIES ACCESS REINTEGREAT?

Admissions to Reintegreat are taken from Middlesbrough’s Local Authority Exclusions Officer/Inclusion Officer once a mainstream secondary school gives notice of a pending permanent exclusion.


Families and Schools cannot refer a child to Reintegreat.

ADMISSION PROCESS

The Local Authority Exclusions Officer/Inclusion Officer will then ask the mainstream secondary school to complete a Reintegreat Referral form. This information gathering helps us to support the child or young person and is crucial to their success at Reintegreat. This information will form the basis of an initial risk assessment and pen portrait of the student.

We believe strongly that parents/carers know their child best. That is why parents and carers will be asked to supply additional information to support the admissions process. 

Once a placement is agreed, the parent/carer and student will be contacted by the Admission, Access and Inclusion Officers at Reintegreat, Dawn Rawlinson and Robert Tombling, to attend an Admission induction meeting at Reintegreat to discuss the admissions process; the expectations of the family, the young person and the school; the curriculum offer; travel arrangements etc.

The child/young person will then be asked to attend an assessment period at Reintegreat, to facilitate a range of assessments including, academic, baselining, attainment, SEND and wellbeing, to ensure that their timetable and tutor team can be best matched to meet their individual needs. 

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