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Punchbowl: Denise Hay
Time and Location of incidents
The time and location facility is working well. The incident report form which replicates the codes in the
Support Planner is essential: makes it easy to enter the data. the value of having this is to essentially be able to map problem spots/times with ease....always a useful piece of information for duty implications.
Ravenswood Heights Craig Woodfall
Coding Needs We have begun using the Needs element of the database and have rated students on the following needs:
We have assumed that all students have primary needs and have only entered ratings for those
Hence we can now pull out lists such as
It has already been surprising how many instances this information has proved useful ie extra transition available for social / behavioural needs - refer to the
Southern Launceston Cluster Helene Boyer
Supporting schools We continue to encourage consistent use of the Planner across the cluster in our visits to schools and now that we have remote access, its opening up more possibilities for working closely together in a timely manner
Goal field – When working with schools to support particular students we
put something in this field as a starting point. This then gives an opportunity
to have a discussions within the school support team as to whether this is the
right goal and what might be the focus of intervention.
Young Town Mario Bergamin
The Support Matrix. This tool provides a framework to view all support interventions in the school at a
glance: great tracking tool and also for unearthing tasks that
are not done or missed. The feature allows us to view past days and determine if support interventions have been undertaken. A very good tool for accountability. This will now be a tool for meetings with support staff and
to track the progress of interventions.
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