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Pembrokeshire Behaviour Support Service

Introduction

Pembrokeshire Behaviour Support Service provides a range of support for pupils, parents, schools, teachers and other agencies, to help meet the needs of children who present challenging behaviour, emotional and behavioural difficulties.

Referrals are made through the schools to the County Council Inclusion Panel.

The service provides training, behaviour support packages, advice and off site placements for pupils from the ages of 4 – 17 years old.

Pembrokeshire Behaviour Support Service provides a continuum of support for pupils, parents schools and teachers who are experiencing difficulties with challenging behaviour.

The Service aims to work closely with schools and parents to enable youngsters who are presenting challenging behaviour and/ or have emotional and behaviour difficulties to remain in school wherever possible.

Mission Statement

The Behaviour Support Service is an integral part of the Education Service provided by Pembrokeshire County Council.

The Service is committed to the belief that all young people are entitled to an appropriate education to equip them for adult life.

The aim of the Behaviour Support Service is to enable any young person exhibiting challenging behaviour to remain in mainstream education wherever possible.

To facilitate this, the service will:-

  • Work with schools to provide support for pupils.
  • Liaise with the school, parents and support agencies to help pupils make the most of their educational opportunities.
  • Provide support and training for schools on issues of behaviour.
  • Work closely with schools and training providers to create positive educational opportunities for pupils placed out of mainstream schools.

 

Pembrokeshire Behaviour Support Service
Gwasanaeth Cynnal Ymddygiad Sir Benfro
The Old College / Yr Hen Goleg
Off High Street / Ar Bwys y Stryd Fawr
Neyland
Pembrokeshire / Sir Benfro
SA73 1TF
Tel: 01646 602 473
Fax: 01646 602 797
ID: 8166 Revised: 17/8/2016