Social, Emotional and Behavioural Needs Support Service
Headteacher: Yvonne Wright
SEBN Support Service: Millhall (Primary 2-7), Millhall, Lamont Crescent, Fallin, Stirling
Tel: 01786 811979
SEBN Support Service: Riverside (Flexible and Outreach), Riverside Base, Forrest Road, Stirling FK8 1UJ
Tel/Fax: 01786 448929
SEBN Support Service: Chartershall (Secondary S1-S5), Chartershall Base, Fairhill Road, Whins of Milton, Stirling FK7 0LL
Tel/Fax: 01786 812667
What is the Social, Emotional and Behavioural Needs Support Service (SEBN)?
The SEBN Support Service is committed to raising attainment and promoting social inclusion. It is our belief that children and young people will only maximise their potential when their social and emotional needs are met.
The service provides early intervention to children and young people aged 3-18, experiencing additional support needs of a social, emotional and/or behavioural nature, in early years’ establishments, primary and secondary schools. These interventions include: staff development; advice and consultation and direct input to support children, young people and their families to fully engage with learning and personal development opportunities.
The SEBN Support Service is a partner of the ASN Outreach Service and accepts support requests from education establishments across Stirling Council through the staged intervention process. The service is led by a head of establishment and, assisted by administration support, consists of principal teachers, team leader of inclusion support and a team of teaching staff, inclusion support workers and support for learning assistants.
Our three off-site bases are an alternative provision for a small number of children and young people at Stage 4 of Staged Intervention who are experiencing significant difficulties in sustaining a mainstream education placement. Collaborative working with mainstream education staff, partner agencies and families supports a shared view of planned transitions to mainstream school and/or positive post 16 destinations.
- Accessibility strategy
- Additional support needs
- Additional support needs tribunals
- Assessment process
- Co-ordinated support plan
- Education in hospital
- Educational Psychology Service
- Getting it right for every child (GIRFEC)
- Home education
- Placement in mainstream schools
- Pre-school children with additional support needs
- Supervised medication
- Transport for children and young people with additional support needs
- Travelling people (support for children)
- Additional Support Needs Outreach Service