Managed Intervention & 6 Day+ Provision
The Managed Intervention Centres (MICs) work in partnership with schools and in collaboration with external agencies to offer early behaviour intervention and support to enable students to be successful in mainstream education. They offer three types of short-term placements:
Managed intervention placements (up to five weeks)
MICs offer a managed intervention programme with placements of up to five weeks. These placements support learners whose behaviour in school continues to cause concern after having exhausted the school’s internal interventions. The intervention aims to support learners in addressing negative patterns of behaviour in order to return to their mainstream schools. This includes our bespoke RSHE programme aimed at addressing and removing barriers to learning to improve students’ chances of success upon their return.
School support placements
In order to support periods of transition (for example managed moves between mainstream schools), MICs can offer short term placements of up to five weeks for mainstream students.
Six-day plus exclusions
MICs provide full-time educational support to learners from the sixth day of a fixed term exclusion or from day 1 for a looked after child (LAC).
The intervention process:
School makes a referral to MIC
Induction meeting at MIC with student, parent/carer and school staff
Behaviour for learning
Regular contact with schools, parents and carers and outside agencies
End of placement report sent to schools
Student re-integrates to their mainstream school
KS3 curriculum – staff teach a range of subjects through cross curricular topics and themes. RSHE topics include resilience, self-esteem, goal setting, healthy mind and healthy body and responsible choices.
KS4 curriculum – staff may deliver as well as support students completing work online provided by their mainstream school.