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Positive Behaviour Support

Robert Stephenson: Head of Behaviour

Rebecca Daley: Senior Behaviour Lead

Alex Emery: Senior Behaviour Lead

Mohamed Abdul Mohamed: Behaviour Mentor

Liban Farah: Behaviour Mentor

Arbour Vale School promotes a culture of positive behaviour. We are committed to enable all pupils to feel safe and to achieve their best in a positive environment. Pupils are corrected when they make a mistake, in a supportive and positive way which encourages pupils to make more appropriate choices.

Aims of Positive Behaviour Support:

– To manage pupils behaviour in a positive and effective manner
– For all pupils to learn in a positive, safe environment
– For all pupils to learn appropriate and acceptable behaviours
– To support staff in managing behaviours through effective support and training
– For all pupils to respect peers and adults

The positive behaviour support team offers the opportunity for parents/carers and external agencies to gain support or advice on any behavioural related concerns you may have.

Aims for service:

– Offer guidance regarding behavioural concerns
– Offer opportunity to discuss any concerns with a Behaviour Team member
– To support with a consistent approach within the school setting as well as at home

If you require any support with any behaviour concerns please contact the team on the email below:

BEI@arbourvaleschool.org

 

 

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