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Pastoral support plans: process and examples

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updated on 13 October 2016
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Are there examples of PSPs and guidance on developing one? This article cites guidance from local authorities on developing a pastoral support plan (PSP). It looks at who should attend a PSP meeting and how often the plan should be reviewed, and links to templates and samples.

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  1. 1 What is a pastoral support plan?
  2. 2 PSP: arranging a meeting
  3. 3 PSP: setting targets and strategies
  4. 4 PSP: reviewing the plan
  5. 5 PSP templates from local authorities
  6. 6 PSPs with sample content

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