About the Trust
LA & School support
Who are we?
Thrive Education Partnership (TEP) is a growing Multi-Academy Trust consisting of three Special Needs Academies, an autism specific primary satellite provision and an SEMH/AS resource base within a large secondary mainstream school. TEP employs approximately 400 staff and supports approximately 520 pupils (2-19 years of age); annual turnover of TEP equates to over £14m.
What do we achieve? Evidence-based impact summarised from previous support projects
Reduced ISP referrals
Reduction in incidents of behaviour that challenges
Reduction in the use of physical intervention
Improved pupil and staff welfare
Improved outcomes for pupils with special educational needs
Improved Ofsted outcomes for meeting SEND needs
Production of robust development plans that drive improvement
Improved leadership & management capacity
Increased capacity to support children & young people with SEND within their own communities
Access to work for Post-16/Post-19 learners with SEND
How do we support Local Authority and Educational Colleagues?
Working with Local Authorities to establish successful SEND strategies – helping to reduce mainstream exclusions, reduce use of ISP’s and increase Special School capacity for those children & young people that require it.
Supporting schools in difficulty – Early intervention or post-Ofsted support
Individual school or trust wide CPD aligned with SEND priorities; each CPD package is bespoke and fully tailored to the needs of the organisation.
SEND review of school provision and support in developing evidence-based strategic improvement plan.
Leadership & Management coaching & mentoring including completion of accredited courses.
Support with behaviour that challenges, including access to Functional Behaviour Analysts, whole school strategy to behaviour, and approaches to positive behaviour reinforcement.
Thrive Education Partnership (TEP) is committed to supporting Local Authorities in providing highly personalised SEND support to our mainstream and special sector colleagues. We are committed to sharing expertise and knowledge. We believe in promoting educational excellence and inclusion for all learners.
The TEP Trust Board, alongside outstanding senior leaders from its member schools, have an exceptional track record of school improvement, establishing new provision and producing outstanding destinations for its pupils.
Within our designation as a Department for Education recognised National Support Organisation, we continue to support schools across the region with leadership and school improvement support
Who provides the support?
National Leaders in Education (NLE)
Thrive Education Partnership Central Team Function including highly experienced SEND Chief Executive Officer and Deputy Chief Executive Officer, School Improvement Director and Therapeutic Support Specialists.
Ofsted graded outstanding leaders & managers.
Subject and primary need specialists across all age ranges including autism, SEMH, severe learning difficulties, profound and multiple learning difficulties and post-16.