Pupil Behaviour Support
Working together to support children in school by:
- working collaboratively with a range of disciplines to promote a ‘whole-child’ perspective;
- providing early intervention and preventative work at whole-school, group and individual level;
- promoting the development of positive learning environments, at home and in school.
Developing a whole-school approach to emotional literacy.
Support for implementing behaviour related policies.
A range of INSET programmes.
Support in developing individual behaviour management/pastoral support plans.
Senior management consultation and support.
Systemic and strategic work to support school, cluster and Local Children’s Partnerships (LCP) development.
Mediation and conflict resolution.
Developing and supporting effective home/school links.
Training in the use of behaviour strategies for teaching staff, mid-day supervisors and teaching assistants.
Transition between key stages.
Support with classroom management and organisation.
Skills development groups, including circle time, self-esteem and social skills.
Parenting groups and family/carer support and liaison.
Individual support and programmes for pupils.
Therapeutic support for pupils.
Teacher and teaching assistant support.
An increased understanding of children with behavioural, social and emotional difficulties.
Support with the development of strategies to manage challenging behaviour.
Holistic approach to the needs of children and their families.
Ultimately raise the level of achievement for vulnerable children.
Support and promotion of partnership with parents and other agencies.
Share and disseminate examples of good practice in behaviour management and develop an inclusive ethos/climate.
Support of school improvement in schools, school clusters and LCPs.
Charges are based on a daily rate and will be dependant on the level of intervention agreed at the initial assessment meeting.
An initial assessment is undertaken, which includes the use of the Emotional and Behavioural Developmental (EBD) scale for individual pupils. An agreed action plan outlines the details and timings for the intervention.
On completion, evaluation forms are sent out to all relevant parties including an evaluation of pupil progress. The EBD scale is also used to measure development. This information is used to inform planning and development.
Customer feedback is used to improve and develop this service, in line with the Quality Assurance Framework for Services for Schools.
Mechanisms for collecting the views of customers include the annual satisfaction survey and complaints, compliments and comments.
Contact us about this service
County Behaviour Support Team Manager
Tel: 01962 876279
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