Six Week Overview of Behaviour Transformation Programme

Step 1

  • Every child is unique and my signature system will be tailored to the individual, their personality and their needs

  • Getting to know the pupil; building trust and rapport

  • Feedback and advice available throughout the Behaviour Transformation Programme and when requested

 Step 2

  • Identifying triggers and getting the child to understand their triggers

  • Understanding their emotions and feelings

  • Understanding child’s concerns

  • Submit a written report outlining pupil’s triggers and Behaviour Transformation Programme targets

 Step 3

  • Focus on the behaviour – and how the individual is feeling – their emotions

  • Focus on any worries or issues the pupil is experiencing

  • Discuss alternative approaches to situations

Step 4

  • Concentrate on the new teaching – introducing new strategies

  • Discussing how to implement the strategies

Step 5

  • Continuing the Behaviour Transformation Programme through in depth discussion and reflection with the pupil

  • Reflecting on what strategies are working and adapting any that pupil struggles with

Step 6

  • Continuing through extensive discussion and reflection with the pupil

  • Exploring and adapting all the time depending upon pupil’s response

Step 7

  • The final session of The Behaviour Transformation Programme. Review and reflect with pupil their achievements and progress with their behaviour – in their opinion.  Collaborate to produce a Behaviour Management Plan/Behaviour Agreement (pupil to decide on the final name to ensure ownership.)  Pupil and school to keep this for use with future class teachers, schools and at home (where relevant.)  This will be fully discussed and prepared, together with the pupil having a say to ensure it is effective and self-sustainable.  It will be signed by me, the pupil and/or class teacher and/or head teacher (if that is requested.)

Step 8

  • A free follow-up phone call one month later to check on the continued improvement of the pupil’s behaviour

                                                        *A detailed version of this document is available during a face to face meeting*