Aspire Hub Referral

To meet your school’s needs we have a a range of options available for you to access  placements at The Aspire Hub.

We have full time, part time and short term places available, to help identify the need for additional support we will carry out a free observation for any child referred to us.

We have a number of subsidised places each term and offer these through our panel process as detailed below.

If you would like us to carry out an observation in your school then please contact us on 01282 792943 or email [email protected]

Panel Process

We also offer places at The Aspire Hub through our Aspire Panel Process.

The Aspire Panel Process is how we allocate subsidised places at The Aspire Hub. Full details are set out in the Referral Procedure linked at the bottom of the page.

The Aspire Panel will meet on Thursday 13th December 2018, all referrals will need to be made on The Aspire Hub referral paperwork (at the bottom of this page) by 5pm on Monday 10th December.

Schools will be informed of allocation no later than Friday 14th December at 5pm.

Placement at The Aspire Hub will begin Tuesday 8th January 2019 and finish on Friday 22nd March 2019.

We have 10 subsidised places we can offer to Lancashire Schools this term. This placement will last for 10 weeks and include transition back to school.

The normal cost for this 10 week placement would be £8250, with the subsidy the cost is reduced to £4995 for the placement and £995 for the transition. £5990+VAT* in total.

If you would like to take advantage of one of these places then please complete the below Aspire Panel Referral Form and return it with the additional information set out in the referral procedure document to [email protected]m.co.uk.

Future Panel Dates:

Summer term 2019: Referral Paperwork deadline is 22nd March 2019.

Aspire Referral Form

Referral Procedure

 

*Transport is school’s responsibility, however Aspire may be able to assist with transport at an additional cost.

Aspire has effectively led the team, providing and managing the service to our school in supporting pupils with social, emotional and behavioural needs and in supporting school in effectively managing these pupils. Her experience and expertise has been highly valued and Gill has contributed advice, training, guidance and support in the managing of the varied needs of our children and has been actively involved with the school over many years.

Sheila Copley SENCO

Aspire North West have provided bespoke support to our school which has included Individual Staff Training for behaviour management, support and advice in the completion of EHAF and HNF applications and in class support for pupils. All of the work undertaken has been completed in a timely and professional manner. The staff are knowledgeable and skilled in their work,  therefore we highly recommend this service for schools seeking individualised support tailored to their specific needs.

Joanne Blakemore - Social Inclusion Officer Brandwood School

We began working with Aspire in January 2015 as we felt we needed a more tailored service to support our children and staff. The support provided has been excellent and we continue to work together to mould the perfect service to meet our needs. Aspire North West works with pupils and staff on a one to one basis and in small groups to improve behaviour and pupil wellbeing across the school. The support that has been provided has been integral in maintaining outstanding behaviour at Bishop Bridgeman Primary School.

Helen Fazakerley - Learning Mentor Bishop Bridgeman C. E. Primary School