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Positive Behaviour Support Study Pack

positive-behaviour-support.jpgThe pack has been developed especially for teaching staff. It is designed to reduce challenging behaviour by showing staff how to create and implement a Positive Behaviour Support plan for each young person.

The pack also encourages co-operation between teachers and families, and seeks to increase the confidence of teaching staff in responding to challenging behaviour.

While piloting the study pack, the CBF received very encouraging feedback:

‘The pack is well presented and the video clips are relevant and of interesting content’ – SEN teacher.

‘The study pack was very clear and easy to use’ – Specialist Teacher for Positive Behaviour Support. 

‘It is excellent to have this type of resource.’ Headteacher.

  

The pack can be ordered by schools on our website or using our resource order form or by contacting us directly.

 

The Positive Behaviour Support Study Pack for Schools and Colleges includes:

Detailed practical information, exercises and lots of engaging Video clips (on USB drive) covering:

1. What is challenging behaviour?

2. Reasons and purposes for challenging behaviour

3. Reinforcement of behaviour

4. Setting events and anxiety: the arousal curve

5. Recording behaviour to understand it better

6. Identifying reasons and purposes

7. Positive Behaviour Support strategies

8. Teaching new skills

9. Working in partnership to support behaviour change

10. Where to get information and support

Appendix 1: Example behaviour support plan

Appendix 2: Jargon Dictionary

Printable copies of all the information and exercises in the pack are provided on USB so that one pack can be reproduced multiple times for staff to use individually or in groups.

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