Improving Teaching and Learning with Sleuth
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Tindal Primary School in Birmingham is a school of nearly 400 pupils with a high proportion having English as a second language.

The school introduced the behaviour tracking system Sleuth to manage the reward system and support their efforts to improve behaviour and attendance.  Within just a term of using Sleuth its impact was significant.

The improvements were recognised in a recent Ofsted monitoring visit which reported that "behaviour has improved" and attendance has "risen markedly", both as a result of a more consistent and positive approach to dealing with behaviour. 

Ofsted also noted the positive impact of the reward system on student motivation, reporting that, "Pupils welcome the greater emphasis staff place on praising appropriate behaviour"

You can read the full case study below which features an in-depth interview with two senior leaders at the school discussing why they introduced Sleuth and the impact it has had on school improvement: 


Tindal Primary School

Improving Teaching and Learning - A Sleuth Case Study -



This is an excellent example of good practice in behaviour management from a school that is using Sleuth to track behaviour.   There are many others from primary, secondary and special school settings.  For more information, and a quote for your school to use Sleuth, contact us using the details below:


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