Inclusion Services

Behaviour Support Service

The Behaviour Support Service offers support and guidance to schools and families throughout the county. The team is made up of four teachers who cover all aspects of behaviour outreach including:

  • Training for teachers, school staff and governors
  • Supporting individual pupils
  • Advising school staff on systems, procedures and policies
  • Working closely with partners to support children and young people such as Parent Partnership, Education Welfare Service, Youth Service, and Children’s Services etc.
  • Supporting pupils in and out of specialist placements
  • Supporting pupil transition between schools and Key Stages
  • Leading on Pastoral Support Plans
  • Monitoring exclusions and interventions
  • Advising schools in relation to Additional Learning Needs


ID: 7930, revised 07/10/2021