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OXSIT Inclusion Consultants offer support to primary, secondary and special schools across Oxfordshire and beyond. The team specialise in all aspects of educational inclusion with a specific focus on closing the achievement gap between learners who achieve national benchmarks and those who do not. 

We support schools to improve learner engagement through improving attendance and reducing exclusions for vulnerable learners. A key focus for the team is raising the achievement of ‘Disadvantaged Learners’ (those entitled to the Pupil Premium Grant) and learners who have Special Educational Needs and or Disabilities. OXSIT, also offers support to improve the outcomes for pupils with challenging behaviour, SEMH and EAL pupils. 

All our Inclusion Consultants are experienced SENCOs have held positions of senior leadership in schools. They are passionate about improving outcomes for learners at all stages of their educational journey and in all school contexts. Through a collaborative approach the OXSIT team work together to ensure that our clients get up to date advice and guidance on all issues that affect learners who are potentially vulnerable to falling behind their peers. The main body of our work with schools is to support school improvement.  

Our Inclusion Consultants teaching on the National Award for Special Educational Needs Coordinators at Oxford Brookes University training SENCOs new to post.

If you have identified progress of vulnerable learners as a key area of your school development plan in 2018-19 working with an Inclusion Consultant could be the answer to improving the outcomes of vulnerable groups – regardless of your current OFSTED grading.

How to Book the Service / Offer

For more details please contact your OXSIT consultant or alternatively: 

Email: [email protected]

Phone: 03300 249046

The Oxfordshire Behaviour and Attendance help line

Phone: 01865 323513 - select Option 1

The line operates from Monday to Friday, 9:00am to 5:00pm during term-time. 

The Oxfordshire School Inclusion Team has produced a film about Quality First Teaching - a film to support teacher training and the impact it has both on the teacher and on the pupils.

Watch it here!