NWAIP Map Key.
Welcome to NWAIP.
Welcome to the North West Area Inclusion Partnership website. This site has been set up for your convenience and ease of access. The aim is to direct you quickly and efficiently to the most appropriate and effective provision at the point of need. You can use the Provision Map to locate the websites of all the partnership schools. Learning support for Key Stages 1-3 can be accessed at the locations indicated for The Gateway (KS1), The Orchard (KS2), Learning2Learn (KS2) and Headingley Learning Centres (KS3).
If you click on a location you will be redirected to the relevant site where you can download application criteria and referral forms. All information about the partnership’s Absence in Term Time policy and procedure can be found at the NW AIP location.If you would like more information regarding the North West Leeds Area Inclusion Partnership or the Provision Map you can contact:
Project Director NWAIP
T | 0113 336 8285
Penny Field School
If you would like to find out more information about the Learning Support Centres, please give them a call. You can find the numbers below.
Remember you can download the support centres referral forms by clicking on their locations on the map.
The Gateway: 0113 281 9400
The Orchard Centre: 01943 463341
Learning2Learn: 0113 244 2457
Headingley Learning Centres: 0113 239 9720
Primary Development Centre: 0113 242 6092
The North West Area Inclusion Partnership (NW AIP) has the remit to improve attendance and reduce exclusions; to facilitate swift referral to support services and ensure that schools are supported with those children who present challenging behaviour.
The NW AIP champions the outcomes of challenging and vulnerable children and their families. It supports schools and helps them to provide quality education for all with the aim of reducing exclusions by creating viable alternatives. The NW links with the delivery of Children's Services at both a wedge and cluster level.
The NW AIP is a commissioner of services; it co-ordinates, shares and mobilises the immense talents that exist within our schools and links them to the other local support agencies, for the benefit of our children in North West Leeds.
The North West Area Inclusion Partnership has developed and agreed clear protocols for agreeing absence in term time and has shared these protocols across the city. The NW AIP has also funded the provision of nurture bases in the majority of NW primary schools ensuring that all staff involved in these settings are given appropriate training to provide successful outcomes for some of our most vulnerable children. Through working in partnership and sharing resources we aim to meet the needs of all children and provide them opportunities to become successful learners.