Education support interventions support young people to access education through sessions that enable growth and self development. Support students remove barriers to learning, to unlock their ability to flourish in their environment. Education is a critical part of self development. From a very young age the school experience can have an overwhelming impact on life outcomes. At various stages during the school experience students face various challenges that can alter our perceptions. If a young person has to overcome a negative experience or trauma, it can become very difficult to maintain focus or motivation within an learning environment. This can result in behaviour that disrupts the learning for themselves and others. A students relationship with teachers, peer groups, pastoral teams and wider community all impact our perception of the education setting. If one of these relationships are not functioning as they should, it can have an major impact on the young persons learning, at times leading to the breakdown in communication and relationship between the student, parent and school.