Behaviour Hub

Following a robust designation process, we are delighted that the Department for Education has selected Tor View School to become a Behaviour Hub Lead School.  The route to success was rigorous with pupils, class-based and senior staff being involved in the interview process.  The benchmark was justifiably high however, we were able to demonstrate exacting standards, whilst also evidencing the excellent behaviour and learning culture that has been embedded at Tor View.


Our role is to support other Partner Schools in improving their behaviour cultures and we have recently begun our work with our first partner school from Birmingham! This school will receive one-to-one support for the duration of their programme and will focus on improving their capacity to continually improve the behaviour culture in their school. Our team will support them in diagnosing whole school behaviour difficulties, action planning, training and monitoring to ensure that the school continues to grow and improve sustainably.


We will be hosting Open Days, Networking Events, School Visits and 1:1 support to all of our Partner Schools.


The programme is available to schools with an Ofsted ‘Requires Improvement’ judgment. 


Find out more:

If you would like to find out more information, you can join an information webinar run by Education Development Trust, who are working with the Department for Education to deliver the programme, where you will have the opportunity to ask questions anonymously and find out more about the programme.



If you have any questions about the programme, please contact Education Development Trust


If you are interested in applying to become a Partner School, please complete this short application form by COP 11 June to be considered for the September cohort. 


You can now find more information in the newly released Behaviour Hubs brochure:

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