The programme streams

There are three streams on the programme, designed to offer schools and MATs the right level of support as they improve their behaviour culture:

Extended Support

Designed for schools who would benefit from one-to-one support, ongoing coaching and mentoring form a Lead school. Schools on this stream get access to all of the high-quality training, tools, resources, networking opportunities and Open days. They receive bespoke one-to-one support from their Lead school, which can include further support with the behaviour audit, action planning, school training and implementation of new behaviour approaches.

This stream is right for you if:

  • You would benefit from more comprehensive one-to-one support.
  • Your school may have implemented changes, which may not have had the desired impact.

Time commitment: 30-40 days

Funding: £9,000

Core Support

Designed for schools who want to work more independently. Schools on this stream have access to high-quality training, tools, resources, networking opportunities and are able to visit the schools with exemplary behaviour through their open days. The one-to-one support on this stream is less than on the other streams. Schools will meet their Lead school at their open day where they will get support with their action planning. They will have a follow up call with their Lead school in term three to discuss successes and challenges that they are still addressing.

This stream is right for you if:

  • You would like to work more independently
  • Your school may have successfully implemented changes to behaviour culture in the past

Time commitment: 12-20 days

Funding: £3,000

 

Multi-school support

A stream designed for MATs who are looking to develop new behaviour approaches across multiple schools in their trust. MATs receive one-to-one support from a Lead MAT executive team and also receive extended support to a school within their MAT. This support from the Behaviour Hubs programme can also be expanded to other schools within their trust later in the MAT’s journey on the programme. The Behaviour Hubs programme will work with MATs to decide if the MAT and school should start on the programme at the same time or if it would be better for the school to join the programme a term later once the MAT has developed their MAT wide behaviour approaches.

This stream is right for you if:

  • You are a MAT that would like to see MAT wide behaviour approaches delivered to multiple schools in the trust.

If you are a MAT that would only like support for a specific school and not across multiple schools in the trust then we recommend the school applies for the Extended or Core stream without multi-school support.

Time commitment: 22-30 days (MAT exec). Schools on the programme will need to commit the time indicated in the Extended stream

Funding: £6,000 (MAT exec). Schools on the programme will also receive funding indicated in the Extended and Core streams

We are currently accepting applications to join our January cohort

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