Who are we?
The work of the SBAP is funded by the Social Emotional & Mental Health (SEMH) Team of Nottinghamshire County Council. Our team is made up of four staff.
Zena is the Specialist Teacher and manager of the SBAP’s day to day deployment of resources for school support. The role of Specialist Teacher involves supporting staff in school to manage pupils that are experiencing problematic behaviour. Working through pupil observation to identify a plan of strategic support that benefits the child. The whole aim is to reduce days lost to learning that occur from fixed-term exclusion.
Sandra is the SBAP Play therapist who works with individual children, through play and emotional coaching. This role is to help the children gain a better understanding of their own emotions in order to help them regulate their own behaviour in school. It also allows the children to express themselves artistically through various mediums.
Amy is the SBAP Parent Support Worker. Her role is to support parents in developing their knowledge and understanding of their child’s behaviour and offer guidance, tips, strategies and information on local support.
Louise is the SBAP Administrator, responsible for administering the partnership meetings, maintaining case files and liaising with Schools.