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BehaviourWatch

Behaviour Watch

What happens in the classroom, sports hall and playground matters – so we keep all of your snippets of information in one place.

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Straightforward Behaviour Management

Fulfil your school’s potential, grow the confidence of staff and give pupils the tools they need to make an impact

 

BehaviourWatch allows teachers to efficiently reward positive behaviour while carefully planning interventions to amend problematic pupil conduct. The suite of tools available empowers staff, with services such as the advanced reporting system, setting the new standard for internal school data. Compiled in a custom-built interface, BehaviourWatch is capable of restructuring dysfunctional schools and taking adequate schools to the next level.

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School Behaviour Guides

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School Behaviour Over Time

Track behaviour patterns over custom time periods for any student or class.

School Behaviour Statistics

School Behaviour by Weather

Track how the weather is affecting student behaviour.

School Behaviour By Weather

School Behaviour Radar

Build a view of overall school behaviour performance for students.

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Seamless School Integration

  • BehaviourWatch syncs with your school management information system.
  • Build BehaviourWatch around your school’s policies!

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Special Educational Needs and Individual Education Plans

Almost one in five school children requires extra support and that means so do their schools. Keep student profiles connected with SEN and IEP information, engage your SEN learners with appropriate rewards, and, above all, give your staff the right information.

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Powerful School Reporting

  • Behaviour Radar technology allows you to notice trends and plan interventions.
  • The comprehensive filtering system allows you to explore and understand behaviour.
  • Many other useful tools such as league tables, incidents over time, behaviour by weather and group reports!

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Communication to Parents and Staff

  • Send text messages and digital certificates to parents notifying them of achievements.
  • Power at your fingertips! Involving parents in their behaviour means pupils understand the true significance.
  • Automatically notify staff immediately when an incident occurs
  • Forms are easy to complete and exist as positive, negative and informational.

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“As Deputy Head of Care, a big headache was caused by missing information. Now I know of correspondence, detentions or physical interventions etc when they happen. BehaviourWatch has been worth every penny.”

Malcolm Mackenzie of West Kirby School and College, Lancashire

Safeguarding Children

  • If your teachers have concerns regarding safeguarding students or their parents/guardians, this module will allow them to be flagged immediately and confidentially.
  • Avoid future safeguarding problems with clear protocol and instantly accessible information.

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A Trusted and Reliable Tool

  • Trusted by over 400 schools across the UK.
  • A powerful and robust tool for rewarding students.
  • Easily research to find trends and issues, enabling you to put together evidence-based intervention plans.
  • Use real data to show progress while complying with OFSTED regulations.

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FREE Training and Support

  • New software requires new knowledge, so we’re here to help.
  • If you have any teething problems with BehaviourWatch, or questions on how you can add other modules, be confident that Eduspot will be there to help you through and answer your enquiry.

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Behaviour Management in Primary Schools

  • Manage rewards efficiently with speed and accuracy.
  • Record detail around incidents rapidly, freeing up valuable admin time.
  • Consistent, automated communication to parents and staff.
  • Begin with very limited or non-existent set of data
  • Comply with OFSTED's expectations around the recording & analysis of behaviour.

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Behaviour Management in Secondary Schools

  • Record detail around incidents efficiently.
  • Consistently communicate with parents and staff.
  • Ensure high quality sanction processes including detention & internal/external exclusion management.
  • Comply with OFSTED's expectations around the recording & analysis of behaviour.
  • Begin with very limited or non-existent set of data
  • Automated escalation processes (staff notified when pupils have received a particular number of negative records).

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Behaviour Management in Special Schools

  • Record detail around incidents efficiently.
  • Consistently communicate with parents and staff.
  • Ensure high quality sanction processes including detention & internal/external exclusion management.
  • Comply with OFSTED's expectations around the recording & analysis of behaviour.
  • Begin with very limited or non-existent set of data.
  • Automated escalation processes (staff notified when pupils have received a particular number of negative records).

A boy and his teacher sit in the classroom talking to each other. The teacher is holding a notepad and pen.