The Targeted Intervention Framework is all about making a difference to young people. Through staff training and setting up specific intervention groups, we ensure that students are engaged in their learning and that staff are able to set tasks to consolidate, recap and extend and challenge. More importantly, the needs of specific groups of students can be met, helping each student to make progress.
SAM Learning is the first e-learning provider in the UK to deliver a fully supported Targeted Intervention Framework for schools. It is also independently proven by the Fischer Family Trust to raise GCSE attainment and close the gap. Founded by David Jaffa in 1994, SAM Learning’s mission is to provide a launchpad for career and life. The Targeted Intervention Framework is a cost-effective strategy to drive whole school intervention and school improvement.
Schools use programs such as ASP (formerly RAISEonline) to identify which students are not making adequate progress in specific subjects, to monitor disadvantaged groups, and to analyse their Year 7 intake to identify students below the baseline. The Targeted Intervention Framework provides a step-by-step programme that not only supports intervention with these identified groups and lays out a school improvement plan, but also creates a portfolio of evidence suitable for Ofsted.
A designated member of the senior leadership team – the Targeted Intervention Leader (TIL) – will coordinate the programme and will be a key point of contact for in-school support. It is the TIL’s role to identify which student groups will be targeted in each year of the programme and to identify which members of staff are best suited to the accreditation process. The Targeted Intervention Experts (TIEs) will be responsible for working with the identified student groups to organise the intervention itself.
A dedicated SAM Learning Targeted Intervention Specialist (TIS) will provide you with a fully supported 15-week staff-certification course. Your TIS will act as external support throughout the programme.