Maiden Erlegh Trust and Maiden Erlegh School has been awarded Behaviour Hub. As only one of two MATs selected in the country, we are delighted with the designation.
The Department for Education (DfE) is funding a 3-year programme to improve pupil behaviour.
The programme pairs schools and MATs with exemplary behaviour practices, called lead schools or MATs, with partner schools or MATs who want and need to improve pupil behaviour.
The programme is flexible with a tailored offer of support depending on partner schools’ circumstances but all partner schools can expect to get support with:
diagnosing specific areas of improvement
designing and developing new approaches to addressing poor behaviour
developing clear, sustainable behaviour cultures for all pupils
The programme is based on creating a culture: how school leaders can optimise behaviour. Good behaviour, routines and structures in schools support all pupils’ engagement in education, and their mental health and wellbeing. Schools will work together to apply these principles to the individual context of the school.
For more information, please email MEIoffice@maidenerleghtrust.org.