The Role of the LBP Kay Mason Wren's Nest Pr Sch
Behaviour Audit • The need for a Quiet Zone 2. The Need for Key Workers/Learning Mentors 3. The role of the LBP in managing the behaviour team
Wren’s Nest Quiet Zone • Alternative to exclusion • Another step on the behaviour consequence ladder • Sets a president for standards of behaviour and work ethos • Manages challenging behaviour effectively
Key Workers/Learning Mentors • 1 key worker attached to the Quiet Zone • Also works throughout the school with children in a supportive role, 1:1 projects, group work, lunch and break time behaviour management. • Monitors children when they are in the Quiet Zone and maintains the records to show impact.
Managing the team ensure appropriate children are targeted group or 1:1 projects ensuring management of Quiet Zone for Wren’s Nest and other schools Keeping evidence of Impact to report to RAP review
Impact! • Drastically reduced exclusion rate • Improved behaviour: Improved attainment • More confident children, increased self-esteem • Caring environment: respect and trust • Allows LBP to focus on other areas of school improvement rather than behaviour only