Outreach & Interventions.
Under the umbrella of alternative provision, we offer a variety of bespoke interventions and outreach services. This includes both planned and crisis interventions and can take place inside and outside of the home and within school settings. We are also able to deliver workshops and assemblies in schools on knife crime, county lines, youth violence, gangs and exploitation.
Natalie Lee, Operations Manager
Natalie has 21 years experience in Childcare and supporting SEN children and 18 years managing staff. Level 3 in Early Years and Level 3 in Leadership & Management. She is extremely passionate in ensuring every child is given every opportunity for a brighter future so joined Storyy Group in March 2022. As Operations Manager she strives to develop and motivate her team ensuring every child has a champion.
Outreach & Transition
We offer a tailored outreach and transition service that caters to individual requirements. Our services encompass a range of scenarios, including supporting children and young people with Emotional Based School Avoidance. In these cases, we assist with the transition from home to school by establishing initial relationships within the safe confines of the home environment.
We then work closely with the child or young person to facilitate their transition into the school environment. Additionally, we provide support during school holidays to ensure ongoing communication with alternate provision staff or to offer respite assistance to families. Moreover, we extend respite support to families facing crises, which can be availed after school hours and beyond typical working hours.
School & Group Interventions
Professional Workshops: Gain awareness and understanding of exploitation and extremism. Equip adults with tools to engage with and support young people involved in gangs, violence, and extremism.
Assemblies: Presentations on knife crime, youth violence, county lines, drugs, youth exploitation, gang involvement, and extremism. Debunk myths and media glamorization of destructive lifestyles.
Critical Workshops: Increase young people’s knowledge and perception of destructive choices, realities, and consequences through relatable mentoring and lived experiences.
Boxing Intervention Programme: Use cognitive behavioural therapy principles and boxing training to engage students, promoting self-discipline, resilience, and discussing topics like discipline, accountability, respect, and decision making.
1:1 Mentoring: Provide personalised support to at-risk and hard-to-reach students, reducing challenging behaviours and covering various aspects of lifestyle choices, realities, and consequences through relatable mentoring and lived experiences.
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Storyys of our young people
We work with local authorities, schools, teachers, parents and social-care institutes to engage young people in learning and put them on the path for an incredible future. By tapping into children’s interests, we’re able to better connect with them and engage them for longer – giving them the best possible chance of excelling.