Staged Intervention Process

Pupils requiring additional support are registered in Stirling Council’s Staged Intervention Process. Some pupils are identified at the P7 stage and supported throughout the transition to High School. Other pupils may be identified as requiring additional support through routine monitoring processes in High School. However their needs have been identified, the Pupil Support Team play an important role in monitoring the progress of these pupils to ensure they receive quality support and achieve success. Pupils and their parents/carers are involved in a well structured review process which aims to deliver a co-ordinated support package. Each pupil will have an identified Key Worker (Teacher of Additional Support Needs or Pupil Support Leader) who will link with the home in all matters, liaise with subject colleagues and collaborate with other professionals as appropriate. In this way, partnership between home and school is strengthened and collaborative working is developed as necessary in the interests of individual children and young people.