QUAY PARTNERSHIP PLYMOUTH
‘Supporting choice, building resilience’
Woodlands works in partnership with Longcause, Mill Ford, Mount Tamar and Brook Green schools. We are a unique partnership of five schools working collaboratively to provide outstanding training and support for schools and families. We cover all aspects of SEND across the Key Stages and believe in transforming education for all through collaboration.
- Training offer to schools
- Support for managing young people’s additional needs
- Behaviour support strategies
- Parent and family support
- Support for young people at risk of exclusion
- Bespoke and alternative curriculum packages
You can find out more about us at www.quaypartnership.org
‘Specialist schools working together, making a real difference to young people’s outcomes’
Partnerships and Support Provided by Woodlands
Partnerships for Strengthening our Community
Provision of high quality outreach support for pupil with Physical disabilities to over 60 schools across Plymouth in Early Years, Primary and Secondary phases.
Schools are also invited to participate in activities organised by Woodlands such as Woodfest, Multi-cultural Arts week and performances.
Weekly inclusion links with Eggbuckland Vale HI Unit.
Links with various primary schools for the support of inclusion for young people with complex disabilities.
Plympton St Mary’s Infant School – inclusion support.
Weekly hydrotherapy support provided for four primary schools, one secondary college and one special school.
Project Ability Outreach to schools across Plymouth, South East Cornwall and West Devon
Plymouth Learning Partnership (PLP) – SEN Hub Partner with Brook Green School, Mill Ford School, ACE Schools AP, Plymouth SEND Team.
Promoting excellence in SEN support.
Partnership working with Sir John Hunt College and Whitleigh Primary School - our Plymouth North West Learning Trust.
Whitleigh Community – close working relationships with various local businesses including; Co-Op store, Porky’s Café and Warren’s Bakery.
PLUSS – support for work experience placements and opportunities for work related learning.
Plymouth Life Centre – Events management and execution.
Babcock International – Funding support for Inclusive Tennis Club.
Lloyds Bank – Community funding and on-going support.
Crownhill Fire Station - Blue and Green watch teams.
Plymouth University – ICT and psychology department links.
Marjon and Plymouth Universities – SEND Teaching course links.
Training placements offered to students in: teaching; Educational Psychology; psychology; nursing; physiotherapy; occupational therapy; teaching assistants; and health and social care.