Behaviour Management Strategy - Getting the most from sleuth

Topic: Student Support
Role: Head of Year
Goal: Identify individuals where intervention may be required - To use sleuth to identify which intervention might be appropriate- To identify target areas for personal/behavioural development.
Reports: Incident Count by Student, (by year group)
Student Involvement by Behaviour, (restrict by student)
Behaviour Contract, (by student name)

A number of sleuth reports enable pastoral staff to pre-empt the escalation of behaviour by catching it early. Regularly (on a weekly basis) checking the Incident Count by Student for each year group will enable staff to easily spot an increase in frequency. The Student Involvement by Behaviour report will help you to identify opportunities to use analysed information with individual students during pastoral interviews. It shows the different type(s) of behaviour recorded and allows staff to present a tangible overview of an individualís behaviour in a non-threatening and constructive manner. The analysis may be used to support a solution focussed interview technique. Most importantly the individual student profile allows an objective foundation from which interventions can develop. The Behaviour Contract facility in sleuth allows a set of behaviour targets to be generated which are specific to each student based on their behaviour history. Point scoring these targets across the subjects will enable staff to demonstrate the improvements that they are making for each target.

Case Study Examples: See the case studies below for some examples of how other schools using sleuth have implemented a similar strategy
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