Primary Behaviour Support Service


Planning, delivery and monitoring of support and intervention for pupils
  • At risk of exclusions
  • Via Early Intervention
  • With Social Emotional Mental Health (SEMH) to ensure that they receive suitable and appropriate education
Behaviour support
  • Early intervention via Pastoral Support Programme (PSP) and Early Help Assessments (EHA)
  • Management of the EHA process, including organisation of meetings and monitoring of plan, including lead professional role
  • Committed work in partnership with families, a range of professionals and voluntary organisations
  • Support with access to Royal Greenwich's Fair Access Panel (FAP) to facilitate managed moves, with allocated support according to need as discussed and agreed at FAP
  • Dedicated team to work with primary pupils in their new setting and alongside class and school staff to support the reintegration
  • Management of FAP placements and monitor by review

Whole-school ‘Behaviour for Learning’ - As part of a quality assurance process, and for Ofsted inspection preparation, the review would include:
  • Evaluation of the impact of systems and procedures to manage and improve behaviour
  • Analysis of the school’s exclusion/inclusion data, including internal exclusion, with a focus on specific groups if appropriate
  • Discussion with groups of representatives from key stakeholders: SLT, staff (teaching and non-teaching), pupils, parents/carers and governors
  • Evaluation of behaviour for learning in lessons
  • Evaluation of the behaviour and safety of pupils around school
  • Senior leaders joining consultants in lesson observations and behaviour and safety walks


Core services, FREE of charge to Royal Borough of Greenwich Schools.  

Should you require services outside core services, please contact us to discuss requirements and associated costs.


Paul Brightly-Jones
Primary Behaviour Manager
020 8921 2133