Each young person has a series of individually tailored support plans, which are designed around their personal needs and aspirations. These are monitored on an ongoing basis to identify any changes that may need to be made to education or
The initial placement review takes place between the first week and the first month of the placement. The first full review takes place within four months of admission to confirm the placement is suitable and set future education/care objectives. After the initial review there will be six-monthly and annual reviews.
The annual review of the Statement of Educational Needs or the Education Health and Care Plan (EHCP) will usually be held at the same time as one of the above regular reviews. The young person, their parents, staff, external agencies (eg local authorities) and professionals will be present at a review and they will look at progress and any problems or changes in circumstances, aspirations, achievements, education, educational/care objectives and special requests.
The young person being supported, their families and appropriate others are fully involved in devising a pathway plan which will help inform their transition into adult life. This planning starts early, from 14 years of age. Fullerton House School places considerable emphasis on properly planned transitions.