The Behaviour Support Outreach Service works in mainstream schools, offering support to the school and/or the student. All of its teachers are skilled at working with youngsters who can present difficult behaviour and are able to offer both curricular and counselling support.
Their range of interventions include consultation, observation, joint planning, giving feed back and advice to staff, individual work, small group work, in-class support, team teaching and delivering INSET. As well as working with students individually, in small groups or whole classes, Outreach Teachers offer support to schools in the development and implementation of whole school policies.
The Outreach Service uniquely manages the administration of the service from a web-based Management Information Service that has been developed with and by the team.