The Learner Support Service is devised of two services the Learner Support Service and the Behaviour Support Service.
These services support the work in partnership with children and young people, families, schools and professionals from other agencies in supporting pupils with special educational needs. These include visual impairment, hearing impairment, autistic spectrum disorders, speech and language difficulties, complex learning difficulties and specific learning difficulties (Dyslexia) and Social, Emotional and Behaviour difficulties (SEBD). In addition to this the service promotes children and young people’s emotional wellbeing and behaviour. This service strives to achieve positive outcomes for children and young people and their families and aims to support schools to develop a culture of positive and effective behaviour management.