Our experience covers learners social, emotional and mental health conditions including: Agorophobia, Depression, Eating Disorders, OCD, Self-Esteem, Self-Harm and Social Anxiety.
As the most rapidly increasing cohort at Nisai, learners with SEMH thrive on the accessibility of our programmes. We have supported learners who have struggled to access education achieve personalised learning outcomes.
We measure progress on softer skills through the behaviour and contribution within lessons, scored on an ongoing basis. Additionally, we can also measure interaction through various communication methods used in the NVA. It’s wonderful to see our SEMH learners progress on to using the microphone within their headset in front of their peers.