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Independent schools

Independent schools can access the full range of services our education and health professionals offer. We provide one place to access all specialist education and health services.



What services do we provide to independent schools?

Our services are suitable for all areas and levels of need. Our services can be separated into the following categories:

Our services can be provided on an ongoing or standalone basis from as many specialisms as required. We provide a flexible service that adapts to the needs of the child, young person, and education setting. All services can be commissioned on an individual, group and systemic level.




How do we work with independent schools?

We work onsite to provide an integrated education and health service. All of our services and access to bespoke training are available through a service level agreement. We work in partnership with independent schools to provide a bespoke package of needs.

Read more about how we work with independent:

  • Mainstream primary schools
  • Mainstream secondary schools
  • Non-maintained SEND schools

In addition to our onsite services, we also run regular CPD events throughout the year for all education professionals.




How can independent schools commission our services?

Independent schools can commission our services through a bespoke service level agreement and on a standalone basis. Service level agreements are designed around a school's budget and requirements. To arrange a meeting to discuss which option would be best for your school and how we can help please email us on office@ehp.org.uk or call us on 0330 088 8408.




How can independent schools refer to our specialist education and health services?

Making a referral to our specialist education and health services can be done online, via emailing office@ehp.org.uk or through phoning 0330 088 8408. Our open referral policy ensures that we see the children and young people you would like us to work with.

Funding

Our services can be funded through a variety of ways.




What are the benefits of using EHP?

There are many benefits of using EHP in independent schools. Some benefits of using EHP in schools include:

  • Open referral policy
  • Instant access to education and health professionals
  • Flexibility within a service level agreement
  • A co-ordinated and joined-up service
  • Preventative and proactive services

Price promise

We are happy to discuss how we can match or better any existing education and health provision you may be currently receiving from either the local authority or another provider.




Where do our services take place?

The majority of the time our services take place onsite within a school. Working with children and young people within a school not only reduces absences due to appointments, but also increases the opportunities to share strategies and gain a holistic understanding. At times a service may take place offsite, such as a training event or when specialist equipment is required, including a hydrotherapy pool. We do have access to multiple clinic locations across the Greater Manchester area which are accessible.

Training

Our training is available on and off site for education settings and organisations in relation to health, psychology and education.




When would an independent school require input from EHP?

There are many reasons why an independent school might require input from EHP. Examples of why independent schools might use our services include:

  • Immediate access to a comprehensive and specialist service
  • One place access to education and health professionals
  • A consistent and high quality service
  • Needing flexibility within SEND provision

Our input helps children and young people to maximise their potential and supports them in living happy, healthy and fulfilled lives. Our services have also been designed with the SEND code of practice (2015) at the core, so we support schools in fulfilling their duties and responsibilities in regards to SEND.

All schools should have a clear approach to identifying and responding to SEN. The benefits of early identification are widely recognised – identifying need at the earliest point and then making effective provision improves long-term outcomes for the child or young person.

SEND code of practice (2015)

Free initial discussion

We provide a free initial discussion as part of our cost effective service for education settings and organisations we have not previously worked with.

Our approach to SEND provision includes a joined-up, graduated approach with instant access to specialists. Using an integrated, specialist service makes co-ordination between professionals smooth and simple. To talk to a member of our team to find out more, or to book a meeting, please contact us on office@ehp.org.uk or 0330 088 8408.




Get in touch

If you would like to find out more about the services we offer or to book a free initial discussion then please contact us not on 0330 088 8408 or email office@ehp.org.uk

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