St Gregory's has been chosen as one of the 22 Behaviour Hub schools by the Department for Education
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In April 2021, St Gregory's was awarded the accolade of becoming a National Behaviour Hub. The purpose of these Hubs is to enable schools with exemplary behaviour cultures and practices to work with partner schools that want to improve behaviour in their school. The aim of the Programme is to improve pupil behaviour in schools by taking a whole school approach and embedding a clear, sustainable behaviour culture throughout the school. This is because the DfE recognise that how students behave in school is strongly linked to attainment and other outcomes.
At St Gregory’s, we know the importance of outstanding behaviour and we are looking forward to working with our partner schools and supporting them by providing training on specific issues, common problems and effective approaches that can be implemented within the school. We will also host open days so our partner schools can observe good systems and approaches in action and provide ongoing support, mentoring and coaching to support leaders in implementing lasting change.