The Behaviour Support Team provides a service that supports schools in understanding and developing practical and creative strategies to enable pupils with challenging behaviour to become more successful learners in school.
The Behaviour Support Team sits within Specialist Services and provides a service to local authority maintained primary schools, that is focused on meeting the needs of schools, children, young people and their families. Academies, Nursery settings and Secondary schools can access support through a separate SLA.
The Behaviour Support Team staff (Advisory Teachers) are all qualified and experienced teachers with successful and sustained mainstream school experience of class teaching, including pupils with social, emotional and behavioural difficulties. Many of the team have leadership experience, allowing for strategic support as well as practical. The team has a wide-ranging theory based knowledge of practical interventions for improving social and emotional skills, behaviour and how to implement these successfully.
Schools Library Service
The Schools Library Service (also referred to as “the SLS”) supports schools in delivering the National Curriculum, improving reading standards and developing a systematic approach to information literacy by providing the loan of high quality and well maintained books through a delivery system which is reliable and effective plus advice and support around reading and management of the school library.
Through links with the School Improvement Service and Library and Information Services, the SLS contributes to CPD and National book events for all schools.
The service provides administrative and advisory support for schools on all aspects of school admission appeals. All services provided will comply with the requirements of legislation, the statutory codes and other guidance issued by the Department for Education.
A service agreement is not required for schools maintained by the East Riding of Yorkshire Council as this service is already provided for those schools.
Road Safety Training
The aim of road safety training is to teach children awareness and consideration of other road users, to further their knowledge and understanding of the road environment and to understand their responsibilities to themselves and others when using the road.
Comprising of balance bike training, scooter training, pedestrian training and national standard Bikeability training.
Good cycling training will help to improve the safety of young cyclists, and at the same time encourage them to increase the amount of cycling they will do. This has a positive impact upon their health and improves general fitness and wellbeing.
The service will be provided by National Standard / Bikeability qualified instructors, with expertise in road safety and cycling training. Instructors are employed by the authority and subject to standard recruitment, employment and vetting procedures for working at schools.
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