Specialist Resource Provision (SRP)
Valley Invicta Primary School at East Borough has an ASC Specialist Resource Provision (SRP) for children with an diagnosis of ASC (Autistic Spectrum Condition). The SRP is commissioned by the Kent and the Local Authority is responsible for deciding which children could be appropriately placed in our SRP, in consultation with us. The school receive consultation paperwork to review and decide whether the school can meet the pupils needs. A response must be sent within 15 days.
Parents are invited to come and look around the school when looking at placement options for their children. Once placement has been agreed, a transition meeting will be arranged and a transition timetable will be shared. The transition timetable is based on the individual pupils prior experience of school and their level of need.
You can find out more about our SRP here.
This video gives you an insight into what it's like working within an SRP!
We have been commissioned 15 spaces for this academic year by the Local Authority for our SRP.
We currently have 15 pupils on roll in the SRP across all year groups.
Staffing includes a lead SRP teacher, SRP Teacher, HLTA and Teaching Assistants who all have knowledge and expertise in working with children with Autism.
Pupils within the SRP need to show the potential to integrate into their mainstream classrooms. Levels of integration are dependent on the individual pupils and their prior school experience.
We aim for all pupils to be included in all aspects of school life as well as in the classroom. This is includes after school clubs, assemblies, offsite trips and special events.
The Local Authority is responsible for placing children. All children will be required to be discussed at the SRP Panel meeting held weekly by the Local Authority. If a child is deemed SRP appropriate at the meeting the school will receive consultation paperwork to review and decide whether the school can meet the pupils needs.
Annual reviews are held for all pupils with an EHCP where progress towards outcomes, strengths and difficulties, levels of provision and interventions are discussed. Pupils with an EHCP also have provision plan meetings three times throughout the year to discuss provision and progress towards smaller targets based on their end of Key Stage Outcomes.
Please refer to this link for further information:
Interventions are based on those listed on pupils' EHCPs, these could include:
· Social Skills
· Zones of Regulation
· Emotional Literacy
· Speech and Language
· Resilience and self-esteem interventions
· Sensory Circuits