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Isca Academy

Isca Academy is an Exeter secondary school of approximately 850 students, we are passionate about providing high quality education for the children of our community that is tailored to meet the needs of each and every child. We are committed to providing inclusive education with an equality of opportunity for all children. We have the highest expectations of all of the staff and students, and it is our intention, by working together, to continue to raise standards, helping all students to reach their full potential and future aspirations. The ultimate aim is to ensure that every child has a clear, accessible progression route and is able to succeed both at the Academy and beyond in a rapidly changing society.

13 March 2019
South West
Children Young People and Students, Education Sector
Local Alliances:
Exeter Dementia Action Alliance (EDAA)

1. Action Plan

1. The National Dementia Declaration lists seven outcomes that the DAA are seeking to achieve for people with dementia and their carers. How would you describe your organisation’s role in delivering better outcomes for people with dementia and their carers?

We aim to raise awareness in our school community of dementia and the effects and support available locally.  Key front line staff and students leaders will attend dementia friends awareness sessions to ensure they  are able to offer appropriate support.  

Action 1
Key front line staff will attend Dementia Friends awareness sessions during a September non pupil day 

Action 2
School fund raiser planned for Dementia Action Week (w/c 20 May)

Action 3
Dementia Friends sessions delivered to selected students

Action 4
Awareness of EDAA raised through school newsletters and website

Action 5
Dementia friendly signs placed on visitors toilets

2. What are the challenges to delivering these outcomes from the perspective of your organisation?

Whilst we have the full support of the Leadership Team and the Ted Wragg Trust with ever changing demands on education one of the challenges will be ensuring momentum in dementia awareness initiatives.  However we plan to calendar annual events to help with this.

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