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1 East Riding of Yorkshire Council County Hall Beverley East Riding of Yorkshire HU17 9BA Telephone Primary Behaviour & Attendance Partnership Paul Butler – Inclusion & Access Manager Sam Towse –Principal Education Welfare Officer Jane Gould – Acting Principal Educational Psychologist Gill Askew – Team Leader, Educational Psychology & Behaviour Support Claire Montieth – Deputy Team Leader (ATs) Beverley Racecourse Tuesday 2 June 2009

2 East Riding of Yorkshire Council County Hall Beverley East Riding of Yorkshire HU17 9BA Telephone Primary Behaviour & Attendance Partnership Housekeeping Fire Exits Mobile phones Toilets Breaks

3 East Riding of Yorkshire Council County Hall Beverley East Riding of Yorkshire HU17 9BA Telephone Primary Behaviour & Attendance Partnership Running Order Lunch 1.00Introduction 1.05Partnerships 1.45Behaviour 2.45Attendance 3.30Future of behaviour & attendance partnership in the East Riding

4 East Riding of Yorkshire Council County Hall Beverley East Riding of Yorkshire HU17 9BA Telephone

5 East Riding of Yorkshire Council County Hall Beverley East Riding of Yorkshire HU17 9BA Telephone Steer Report April 2009 TES 24/4/09 There are widely different views held on behaviour, but all the evidence I have seen says it is getting better

6 East Riding of Yorkshire Council County Hall Beverley East Riding of Yorkshire HU17 9BA Telephone Steer Report April 2009 There are widely different views held on behaviour, but all the evidence I have seen says it is getting better

7 East Riding of Yorkshire Council County Hall Beverley East Riding of Yorkshire HU17 9BA Telephone TES 24/4/2009 NFER research found that 94 per cent (of teachers) rated behaviour in their school as very good, good or acceptable

8 East Riding of Yorkshire Council County Hall Beverley East Riding of Yorkshire HU17 9BA Telephone TES 24/4/2009 NFER research found that 94 per cent (of teachers) rated behaviour in their school as very good, good or acceptable

9 East Riding of Yorkshire Council County Hall Beverley East Riding of Yorkshire HU17 9BA Telephone TES 24/4/09 Meanwhile, NUT Surveys indicate that teachers became more positive about behaviour between 2001 and 2008

10 East Riding of Yorkshire Council County Hall Beverley East Riding of Yorkshire HU17 9BA Telephone TES 24/4/09 Meanwhile, NUT Surveys indicate that teachers became more positive about behaviour between 2001 and 2008

11 East Riding of Yorkshire Council County Hall Beverley East Riding of Yorkshire HU17 9BA Telephone Objectives 1.To understand the role of a Behaviour & Attendance Partnership. 2.To identify priorities for improving behaviour. 3.To identify priorities for improving attendance. 4.To agree the organisation and format of B&A partnerships.

12 East Riding of Yorkshire Council County Hall Beverley East Riding of Yorkshire HU17 9BA Telephone Partnerships Long standing & Informal Waggoners Riversiders

13 East Riding of Yorkshire Council County Hall Beverley East Riding of Yorkshire HU17 9BA Telephone Partnerships Specific Purpose- Rural Action Zone Grant Funding

14 East Riding of Yorkshire Council County Hall Beverley East Riding of Yorkshire HU17 9BA Telephone Partnerships Formal arrangements Collaborations Federations

15 East Riding of Yorkshire Council County Hall Beverley East Riding of Yorkshire HU17 9BA Telephone Why B&A Partnerships? B&A Partnerships were established to: Improve behaviour/reduce exclusions Reduce levels of persistent absence Supported by elements of the B&A Programme

16 East Riding of Yorkshire Council County Hall Beverley East Riding of Yorkshire HU17 9BA Telephone The B&A Programme The B&A programme supports the raising of achievement/reduction of attainment gaps through: Improved attendance and reduction in PA. Improved behaviour & classroom climate. Promotion/implementation of SEAL. Promotion of NPSLBA as a CPD tool. Promotion of parental responsibility. Partnership working.

17 East Riding of Yorkshire Council County Hall Beverley East Riding of Yorkshire HU17 9BA Telephone Primary Behaviour & Attendance Partnership Improving Standards Attendance Teaching Behaviour

18 East Riding of Yorkshire Council County Hall Beverley East Riding of Yorkshire HU17 9BA Telephone Partnership Design What is a behaviour and attendance partnership?

19 East Riding of Yorkshire Council County Hall Beverley East Riding of Yorkshire HU17 9BA Telephone Overarching design principle for schools in a B&A partnership Schools in a geographical area need a shared vision which commits their staff and governors to work together to improve behaviour, tackle persistent absence and improve outcomes for pupils with challenging behaviour and attendance for the benefit of all pupils

20 East Riding of Yorkshire Council County Hall Beverley East Riding of Yorkshire HU17 9BA Telephone Partnership Design Principles 1.Formal commitment to a shared vision. 2.Fair access protocols (hard to place pupils and managed moves). 3.Access to high quality support and provision. 4.Early intervention and agreed (LA) support. 5.Local targets to meet required outcomes.

21 East Riding of Yorkshire Council County Hall Beverley East Riding of Yorkshire HU17 9BA Telephone Design principle 1 Schools (and PRUs) make a formal (written) commitment which articulates their shared vision that all pupils are the collective responsibility of the partnership and they will intervene early with pupils at risk of exclusion and persistent absence, to improve behaviour and attendance and improve outcomes for all pupils. Close working with parents Protocol sets out: -shared vision -operational management / leadership arrangements -responsibilities and accountabilities of each school and partnership collectively for all pupils -performance management and shared targets -parents / pupils complaints / redress arrangements -dispute resolution Schools need to work with other local educational institutions to manage transition

22 East Riding of Yorkshire Council County Hall Beverley East Riding of Yorkshire HU17 9BA Telephone Design principle 2 Schools agree and operate a Fair Access protocol which ensures that all schools admit a fair share of hard to place pupils and agree a managed moves protocol for pupils for whom a move to another school is agreed appropriate. Schools work with the LA to provide school places Schools agree Fair Access and managed moves protocols Schools exchange information about pupils moving between schools Protocols are monitored and reviewed regularly to ensure that they are effective and that unofficial exclusions are avoided

23 East Riding of Yorkshire Council County Hall Beverley East Riding of Yorkshire HU17 9BA Telephone Design principle 3 Schools are able to access high quality support and provision from the LA, PRUs and private and voluntary sector which meets the needs of pupils at risk of exclusion, fixed period excluded pupils and persistent absence using resources devolved by the LA where this is agreed between the LA and the schools. Compact between LA and partnership details resources, funding, responsibilities and accountabilities – and in particular involvement of PRUs Funding devolved by LA according to agreed local formula – with expectation that it should be linked to partnerships meeting design principles LA monitors performance of partnerships – light touch for strong performers and intervention where necessary Schools commission necessary mix of in-school and out-of-school support and provision from public (including PRUs), private and voluntary sectors Using robust commissioning arrangements Need assurance that provision is good quality and represents value for money Exchange information with providers about pupils

24 East Riding of Yorkshire Council County Hall Beverley East Riding of Yorkshire HU17 9BA Telephone Design principle 4 The educational, personal development and welfare needs of pupils are identified early, assessed then the partnership arranges additional support as a co- ordinated package and monitors progress Schools need to build relations and work with other local agencies outside the partnership Common Assessment Framework (CAF) used wherever possible Someone in the partnership is responsible to ensure that identified support is provided and pupils progress is monitored – and is accountable to the pupils school and the partnerships management

25 East Riding of Yorkshire Council County Hall Beverley East Riding of Yorkshire HU17 9BA Telephone Design principle 5 Schools agree local targets to meet required outcomes and the partnership manages its own performance and processes Partnership agrees targets and performance management arrangements to monitor education outcomes for individual pupils – someone in the partnership needs to be responsible for monitoring performance Partnership has effective processes in place for early identification and intervention with pupils at risk of exclusion / persistent absence Pupils targeted for extra support have personalised learning and support plans with interim milestones linked to their needs, choices and longer term attainment

26 East Riding of Yorkshire Council County Hall Beverley East Riding of Yorkshire HU17 9BA Telephone Incentives Serving all pupils in the area – Our pupils. Better educational experience. Decisions and funding nearer pupils – making better use of funding. More emphasis on preventative work. Sharing expertise – staff and experience. Supporting provision of full-time education from day 6 of any period of fixed term exclusion.

27 East Riding of Yorkshire Council County Hall Beverley East Riding of Yorkshire HU17 9BA Telephone Outcomes More schools where behaviour is judged good by Ofsted. Reduction in persistent low level disruption in the classroom leading to better standards of learning and to improved perceptions about behaviour in schools. Reduction in persistent absence. Better educational attainment and personal development for pupils with challenging behaviour and attendance.

28 East Riding of Yorkshire Council County Hall Beverley East Riding of Yorkshire HU17 9BA Telephone Supporting Outcomes Improved quality, availability and appropriateness of provision in and out of school. Reduction in stress-related absences by school staff and numbers leaving the profession early. Reduction in the level of NEET among 16 – 18 year olds, especially for young people among the at risk categories.

29 East Riding of Yorkshire Council County Hall Beverley East Riding of Yorkshire HU17 9BA Telephone East Riding Secondary B&A Partnership Aims & Objectives The main aim of the partnership is to support the principles and outcomes of Every Child Matters through the provision of a seamless continuum of intervention by school and LA partners. In order to achieve this aim, develop capacity and ensure the sustainability of the partnership to meet agreed partnership targets ALL members of the partnership will work together to: 1.Share good practice to develop greater levels of consistency across partnership schools in order to facilitate inclusion, and improve attendance and behaviour. 2.Share relevant data including attendance and fixed term and permanent exclusions as a basis for establishing benchmarks and targets. 3.Facilitate the collaboration of skilled practitioners who can produce solutions to specific issues that will be to the benefit of all East Riding Schools. 4.Follow protocols agreed by the partnership including protocols for managed transfers, admissions for hard to place children and recording and reporting attendance. 5.Contribute towards the partnerships approach for 6th day provision for excluded students. 6.Enable schools to make the best use of outside agencies to support work done with pupils who are at risk. 7.Facilitate the equitable distribution of support agency resources to improve behaviour and attendance.

30 East Riding of Yorkshire Council County Hall Beverley East Riding of Yorkshire HU17 9BA Telephone Secondary Behaviour & Attendance Partnership Established a managed move protocol Secured funds to support managed moves and alternative learning programmes Employed a Partnership Officer to support new developments and coordinate the partnership activities Agreed to commission joint training for partnership members Developed day 6 education provision for excluded pupils including shared provision Shared good practice and ideas Agreed to developing common approaches to behaviour and attendance Working Group looking at common approach to term-time holidays

31 East Riding of Yorkshire Council County Hall Beverley East Riding of Yorkshire HU17 9BA Telephone Secondary Behaviour & Attendance Partnership Resources £100,000 – From DSG to support Behaviour & Attendance Funding for Alternative Learning Programmes Support for Managed Moves Training on Restorative Practice Partnership Officer £20,000 – Home to School Transport to support Managed Moves 12 Parent Support Advisers for two years Bids for capital funding for on-site behaviour support provision

32 East Riding of Yorkshire Council County Hall Beverley East Riding of Yorkshire HU17 9BA Telephone Secondary Behaviour & Attendance Partnership Activities Shared arrangements for Day 6 Provision Developed database of external providers Common approach to policies & procedures Commission area wide training Consistent introduction of new practices/policies

33 East Riding of Yorkshire Council County Hall Beverley East Riding of Yorkshire HU17 9BA Telephone Primary Partnership Attendance Issues 1.Persistent absences 2.Term-time holidays 3.Attendance codes & statistical meaning 4.Education Welfare Officer time allocation 5.Part-time timetables 6.Attendance policy & strategy 7.Accessing services 8.Parenting classes 9.Transition

34 East Riding of Yorkshire Council County Hall Beverley East Riding of Yorkshire HU17 9BA Telephone B&A Website All presentations will be available on the ERiding website at:-

35 East Riding of Yorkshire Council County Hall Beverley East Riding of Yorkshire HU17 9BA Telephone Questions?


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