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Reintegration Data

''Hawkswood has helped me to learn to make kind choices'  - Year 2 Pupil

One of the key aims of Hawkswood Primary is to support children to develop the skills required to flourish again at mainstream school or at a suitable long term specialist provision.

We work closely with mainstream schools to enable a gradual return, building attachments and confidence.  Some children return to their referring school, others benefit from a fresh start in a new school.

We monitor and track pupils after they have returned to mainstream school, and continue to support the child and school as their new relationship embeds.

We have a very successful reintegration programme, our historic reintegration data is as follows:

Hawkswood Primary Reintegration Data 2020/2021*

9 children were reintegrated from Hawkswood Primary in the year. 

Sustained Reintegration to mainstream and/or special schools:

KS1 Nurture Group

KS2 PRU/SEMH Provision

Returned to PRU

100%

80%

(40% into specialist provision)

11%

 

Hawkswood Primary Reintegration Data 2019/20*

13 children were reintegrated from Hawkswood Primary in the year – the year was significantly affected by COVID 19.

Sustained Reintegration to mainstream and/or special schools:

KS1 Nurture Group

KS2 PRU/SEMH Provision

Returned to PRU

66%

(small cohort – 1 child)

100%

(27% into specialist provision)

24%

(small cohort – 1 child)

 

Hawkswood Primary Reintegration Data 2017/18*

39 children were reintegrated from Hawkswood Primary in the year. 

Sustained Reintegration to mainstream and/or special schools:

KS1 Nurture Group

KS2 PRU/SEMH Provision

Returned to PRU

100%

96%

4%

 

 

Hawkswood Primary Reintegration Data 2016/17*

27 children were reintegrated from Hawkswood Primary in the year. 

Sustained Reintegration to mainstream and/or special schools:

KS1 Nurture Group

KS2 PRU/SEMH Provision

Returned to PRU

88%

84%

15%

 

Hawkswood Primary Reintegration Data 2015/16*

35 children were reintegrated from Hawkswood Primary in the year. 

Sustained Reintegration to mainstream and/or special schools:

KS1 Nurture Group

KS2 PRU/SEMH Provision

Returned to PRU

100%

92%

8%

 

Hawkswood Primary Reintegration Data 2014/15*

26 children were reintegrated from Hawkswood Primary during the year. 

Sustained Reintegration to mainstream and/or special schools:

KS1 Nurture Group

KS2 PRU/SEMH Provision

Returned to PRU

100%

86%

14%

 

Hawkswood Primary Reintegration Data 2013/14*

18 children were reintegrated from Hawkswood Primary during the year. 

Sustained Reintegration to mainstream and/or special schools:

KS1 Nurture Group

KS2 PRU/SEMH Provision

Returned to PRU

100%

80%

20%

 

Summary

  • In 2016/17 we had a particularly high level of referrals for children with highly complex needs and significantly high levels of violent behaviours.  In Easter 2016/17 our previous Headteacher left and at the beginning of the academic year 2017/18, Marie Gentles (previously deputy head under the old structure) became Head of the PRU and two deputy heads came into post to form a new SLT.
  • In 2017/18 following a number of changes lead by the new SLT and in response to the borough’s ever changing needs, including the start of an outreach service, staff CPD and revising the curriculum offer, the number of sustained reintegration’s increased significantly, and we integrated the highest number of pupils in the last 5 years, with the highest rate of success seen in the last 5 years.
  • Children whose reintegration’s are unsuccessful are typically very complex family/social histories but do not have sufficient cognitive delay to meet the SEN assessment threshold under the new Code of Practice.  These pupils are frequently require multi-agency support to move them forward.
  • 2019/20 and 2020/21 have been adversely affected by COVID 19, due to the lack of movement from children and to mainstream.