The School Completion Programme focuses on targeting and providing supports to young people identified to be most at risk of early school leaving. SCP staff identify and support children at risk of not reaching their potential in the educational system because of poor attendance, participation and retention through providing interventions.

SCP ensures that schools have in place the appropriate procedures to monitor, identify and respond to attendance, participation and retention issue.

The most common SCP in-school interventions provided at Corran College include:

  • Transition programmes
  • Attendance, tracking and monitoring (including rewards)
  • Personal development (including one to one support, group work and key working)
  • In-school enrichment activities
  • Mentoring
  • Breakfast and lunch support
  • Therapeutic interventions
  • Project worker support
  • Behaviour management / anger management
  • Suspension intervention programmes
  • Restorative practice
  • MAP programme
  • Engagement in care teams / pastoral support
  • Study skills
  • Anti-bullying support / mental health awareness
  • Interagency support