Behaviour Support in Schools. Behaviours that challenge can significantly impact on a child's ability to learn and access the school curriculum.
• Assessments to identify the reasons why behaviours that challenge occur and plans to reduce those behaviours
• Interventions to increase academic engagement for children who may be difficult to reach.
• Ways of measuring progress of children who are not yet at national curriculum levels
• Help schools to reduce use of restraints and seclusion.
We provide behaviour support for schools that are specialist as well as schools who are supporting a minority of children with SEN within the context of a mainstream school.
PBS Strategy Development for Schools
School-wide PBS approach puts interventions into place across a school system, these can work effectively for the majority of children whereas small groups and specific children may require more specialised interventions.
Behaviours that challenge, in schools settings, can often be linked with issues around the young person struggling to engage with academic work for a variety of reasons. Behaviour support in schools can also be used to create the conditions of successful engagement in reading, writing and mathematics. The solutions for behaviours that challenge and increasing academic engagement often work well together.
Contact us to find out what we can provide for your school