Behaviour and attendance
Find out how the behaviour hubs programme helps schools improve their behaviour culture by working with exemplary schools.
The Behaviour Hubs programme is a manifesto commitment from this Government, with the aim of supporting around 700 schools between 2021 and 2024.
As the number of Lead schools and multi-academy trusts (MATs) grows, the programme is able to offer tailored support to a greater number of schools and MATs that want and need support, which will generate significant and lasting cultural change across England.
Lead schools and MATs provide tailored support which helps Partner schools and MATs to diagnose issues and implement new behaviour approaches. Partner schools and MATs on the programme also receive training by a team of expert behaviour advisers, as well as access to networking events and open days through the Behaviour Hubs network.
Listed below are the Lead schools and MATs in our region:
Lancashire and West Yorkshire
- Allerton High School
- Beacon Church of England Primary
- Beaumont Primary Academy
- Dixons Trinity Academy
- Evelyn Street Community Primary School
- Ince CE Primary and Nursery School
- King’s Leadership Academy Warrington
- Moor End Academy
- Pudsey Grammar School
- Spring Grove JIN School
- St Patrick's RC High School
- Tor View School
- Dixons Academy Trust (MAT)
- Great Schools Trust (MAT)
- The Sea View Trust (MAT)
A recording of a 30-minute webinar which provides more information about the programme is available.
Improving attendance: good practice for schools and multi-academy trusts
Schools and multi-academy trusts (MATs) share their different techniques for improving attendance rates in their settings.
The Northern Education Trust delivered a webinar on 14 December 2021 sharing their approach to managing and improving attendance in schools, including the work they have done during the pandemic.