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Meeting individual needs

Find information about how schools can meet the needs of individual learners through a continuum of provision.

  • Developing a continuum of provision

    Find out how developing a continuum of provision to meet the needs of all learners can help schools measure the impact of intervention. Review an example of a continuum of provision offered by one secondary school. Part of Behaviour: Meeting individual needs.

  • Provision of support in school

    Find out about different types of in-school provision, including learning support units (LSUs) and nurture groups, and the role they play in early intervention for more vulnerable learners. Part of Behaviour: Meeting individual needs.

  • Provision of support outside school

    Find out what out-of-school alternative provision is, how it helps learners and what each school’s responsibilities are when setting alternative provision. Alternative provision is part of the continuum of provision to meet the needs of individual learners and improve behaviour in schools. Part of Behaviour: Meeting individual needs.