Our aim is to support schools to reduce the risk of exclusion in a variety of ways to enable them to more effectively support their pupils that display behaviour that challenges, with a view to delivering an inclusive approach to learning. Our work focuses on maintaining children and young people’s positive engagement with school.
The Intervention Team is made up of experienced, specialist teachers and highly skilled learning support professionals. We offer support to schools in all aspects of behaviour for learning and in developing their understanding of SEMH (social, emotional and mental health) and the possible impact on behaviour.
We aim to support teachers to understand the behaviour, clarify their concerns and plan for change. Our work is informed by developmental trauma, nurture and attachment aware approaches.
We offer a range of interventions to support individual learners, whole classes, teachers, support staff and whole school staff.
Our team is specialised in a range of different areas such as:
Attachment separation and loss.
Mental Health first aid.
Behaviour modification programs.
Personalised intervention programs.
Whole school or small team training sessions for classroom behaviour management and Mental Health.
School based support to staff on a range of behavioural and social and emotional support.