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Behaviour and Safety

When evaluating the behaviour and safety of pupils at the school, inspectors will consider: -

The work outlined below is seen as holistic and designed to support the areas for development raised following a scoping meeting with Senior Managers.   Although identified as individual priorities, the work should be seen collectively with each aspect helping to inform future planning and directly impacting upon the whole School Improvement Agenda.

Areas of work identified are exemplars and can be amended/developed accordingly.

Our work with you can include the following: -

In addition we offer following specialist the programmes: -

Behaviour Management Audit

A full day spent in school reviewing practice alongside policy, same day feedback to staff and a full written report to support whole school self-evaluation that identifies what the school does well, areas for development and provides an action plan, in line with the school’s own format, to support improvement.

Associate Behaviour Leadership Programme

A developmental programme is scoped against whole school improvement.  From this an action plan is produced which has supported delivery.  On conclusion the programme is evaluated against the initial preferred outcomes.  Notes of visit are provided throughout the programme and a final report supports the school’s own self-evaluation model.

Physical Intervention

Protecting and promoting positive relationships

In association with Team Teach, a BILD accredited trainer, Concepts in Education offer specialist training programme linking the issues of physical intervention with effective behaviour management and we ‘hold’ an Area Operating License that permits us to deliver Team Teach training.

The philosophy behind the training is that most incidents can be managed without recourse to physical intervention.

The philosophy behind the training is that most incidents can be managed without recourse to physical intervention.

The training programmes: -

Take account of all relevant legislation DfE and DoH non -statutory Guidance, The Use of Force to Control or Restrain Pupils (November 07).

Have been developed over many years based on our experience of working with young people who exhibit challenging behaviour.

Are tailored to meet the individual needs of the provision.

Provide long term solutions.

The range of training provided is aimed at specifically supporting both young people and staff and reinforces the inclusion agenda, offering training to small groups of staff in relation to individual pupils who present challenging behaviours.

The training aims to work within the guidelines published by the DfES/DOH and the British Institute of Learning Disabilities Code of Practice. In addition, it helps employers meet their obligations under Health and Safety legislation thus reducing potential liability claims.

Benefits of the training: -

Enables staff to feel more confident and competent in their management of disruptive and challenging behaviour, reducing stress by increasing safety and security for all involved.

Young people's attainment and behaviour should improve through the effective development of positive and consistent conditions and approaches.

The positive handling strategies delivered have sufficient range and flexibility to be appropriate across the age and development range for both intentional and non-intentional challenging behaviour. They all take account of the young person's age, gender and state of development.

All practical training is provided in line with its Team Teach standards an protocols with whom CiE work collaboratively and own area operating licences.

Training courses available

1 and 2 day courses designed against individual need include: -

A range of shorter modules include: -

In addition, we also provide a range of more advanced techniques for intensively challenging situations.