Common Thread
Education
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Induction

Initially attendance at Common Thread full time may not be appropriate for a young person. We are sensitive and flexible in our approach when planning our IEP’s, the priority being the young person feeling safe and secure in their place of learning and achieving success in their learning. By providing a less anxious environment the impact on the young person’s brain will be more positive and therefore improve their ability to participate and learn.

A crisis placement would suggest smaller tasks, smaller steps and active learning encompassing Literacy, Numeracy and Social Skills. Here we would engage the young person in an SQA Personal Development programme appropriate to the young persons needs and stage of development.

Transition

Support is always provided for the transition period when young people are leaving Common Thread School to move:

  • On to another Education and/or care service
  • Back into mainstream education in their own community
  • Move to mainstream school in our own community
  • To vocational training and beyond in local educational establishments
  • Onto 'Independant Living'

We are sensitive and flexible in our approach when planning our IEP’s, the priority being the young person feeling safe and secure in their place of learning and achieving success in their learning.