Behaviour Hub

Behavior Hubs Brochure

When schools are safe, disciplined, and positive environments, teachers can teach, and pupils can learn – free from disruption. The Behaviour Hubs programme can support school leaders by providing expert help to improve their school’s behaviour cultures.

 

This is a one-year programme which will partner a school with a local Lead School that has an exemplary school behaviour culture and experience in supporting others to improve, who will provide one-to-one support and mentoring while they develop new approaches to manage pupil behaviour. This is further enhanced by training from expert Behaviour Advisers, hub networking events to share best practice, open days to observe good systems in practice, and high-quality resources created by the advisers. 

 

Recruitment for the next cohort of supported schools is currently underway, and schools rated ‘requires improvement’ (RI) by Ofsted are eligible to apply. New cohorts of schools are added each term, applications made before 11.59pm Friday 11 June will be considered for support starting this September.

 

​For more information about the programme and funding, visit www.gov.uk/guidance/behaviour-hubs or email [email protected]