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TITLE SLIDE What will BehaviourWatch provide for your school? a bespoke BfL solution a superb tool for analysing and communicating data

an easy system for staff to log positive and negative incidents a paperless system that saves time The following slides will give a brief overview of the system; if you like what you see call us in to show you the complete picture An incident slip will look like this, but the screens are built to reflect your own policy & procedures You decide on levels or categories for your incidents, the incident descriptions and also the

actions that staff can take when they log an incident, giving consistency across the school. Recording of incidents, whether positive or negative, is quick and easyall on one screen Select Student Name, Incident Type and Action, and enter a brief description. Click Save and Close. Thats it!

If the action selected is a detention and there is a clash, BehaviourWatch will tell you. Information is immediately available to everyone The early warning system will alert you if students are involved in x number of incidents in y period of time. When the teacher clicks Save and Close on the Incident Slip, all

relevant staff can be informed via automatic emails from the system. Track Conversation will create an audit trail of staff communication about an incident, all saved with the incident history. When detentions are set they immediately appear on the Detention Register .......

Use the buttons to mark whether present or absent; if detention needs to be reset use Next Available Detention. Letters ... If you wish to send a letter home, select Write Letter Letters ...

BehaviourWatch populates the letter, which can be printed on your headed notepaper. All letters are saved on the system. and Select

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BehaviourWatch makes it quick and easy for you to analyse the incidents that are logged, identifying patterns of behaviour for individuals, classes, forms, year groups, the whole school, or groups that you have created yourself (e.g. Looked After Children). This information will help you plan intervention strategies and pre-empt incidents.

This graph shows Incidents Over Time, a monthly distribution, for a whole school positives & negatives Click on any bar and you will see ..... .... the incidents which make up that bar of the graph Click on an individual incident ...... Incidents over time .......

....... and the specific details appear .... from graph to specifics in two clicks Look at the numbers over each bar in March, 2010, 83 students were involved in 224 Red level incidents....... The Incident Report shows incidents by their description.

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no positives an for Attitudeintonegatives Learning ......... increase an issue that needs to be addressed. The Chronology Reportenables you to create a report for an individual student in moments

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when you your report you can anonymise other names.. Calvins account parents. of export all his incidents Behaviour Radar...enables you to identify incident hotspots by creating your own graphs.

Select from Form, Staff, Ethnicity, Free School Meals, Class, Location, Period, Day of Week on the x axis, and from either Subject or Period on the y axis of your graph. This graph identifies problems with forms 8M and 9C in Mathematics...the most serious incidents. Form & Subject

The column N/A refers to non-teaching times. You can follow your own train of thought...lets look at where those incidents have taken placeRoom A12 Location & Subject ...and now we can look at which periods of the day in A12. Location & Period

Click on any cell on any graph to see the detailed log of those incidents. Reporting to parents ... Compatible with :

.......... plus others When you subscribe to BehaviourWatch you will receive: A completely bespoke behaviour management system An organic system that can be changed and adapted if required Anytime, anywhere access to the data Complete confidentiality of the data, backed up on secure servers Updates to the system whenever new features are added Training for all staff

Technical support Visits with support and advice from a BehaviourWatch consultant Follow assistant principal Jane Salt's regular blog about Cooper Technology College's new Behaviour for Learning programme Behaviour for Learning: 9 February 2010 We selected BehaviourWatch to provide a bespoke BFL solution for Coopers - and we are now beginning to see more of the consistent approach to BFL we were hoping for! BehaviourWatch is a superb tool for analysing and communicating data around the school, over and above what we were able to achieve with our previous system. It is now

much easier for staff to log both positive and negative incidents. We are pleased to report that since the start of the term we have been able to log over 1700 positive incidents, compared to just 400 negative!! This is a real plus as it also highlights those many students who demonstrate good behaviour on a regular basisand you know how important I think that is in making BFL a successful venture! If you would like a presentation of BehaviourWatch for your Senior Management Team, contact us to make an appointment on: Tel: 0844 544 6685

Or email: [email protected]

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