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Our Approach

#559 SWERL – Castle Hill Infant & Junior Schools

What did we do?

Our implementation of the SWERL approach.

School Focus

School supervision model and embedding of wellbeing resources .

Action Plan

  • Undertake accreditation visit by Trauma Informed Schools UK and analyse the visit report. 
  • Baseline all staff using a wellbeing questionnaire, produce absence reports, track staff dysregulation. 
  • Meet with the Educational psychology team to evaluate current supervision models. 
  • Produce a bank of research on which to base our model.
  • Create supervision model ready for implementation in September. 
  • Carry out second wellbeing check and absence reports.

Activities and Interactions

  • Audit questionnaire. 
  • TISUK audit and accreditation visit. 
  • Meet with EP service. 
  • Utilise TISUK for best practice models. 

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