I'd like help to support my child with their behaviour and emotions at home
What people say about Beacon School Support
"The process Simon gave us for running behaviour interventions has been transformative in our school. Now our intervention programmes are specific to our pupils' individual needs - and we have a way of evidencing how effective they were."
"Beacon have absolutely cut through all the fog and stress we were having with extreme behaviour. We love their work is founded on research-based practice."
The Oaklands Primary
"I would whole-heartedly recommend working with Beacon. Emma has tailored our support and now we can move forward with a clear approach towards behaviour - also using the wealth of online resources to support us on this journey."
Lyndon Green Junior School
"I just want to say thank you. [Successful Supervisors] has been transformative in our school. Our midday supervisors are so much more positive and the whole team absolutely love it. It's worked for everybody and it's so simple. We love the drip feed of it."
Manor Junior School
For Successful Supervisors
"[ADHD Mastery was] really useful as it gave strategies rather than just the science behind the disorder which is what other training usually focuses on. It engaged our staff very well and they are a tough audience in all honesty! They said that they much preferred it to having a guest speaker in."
Kingsland Primary School
For ADHD Mastery
You have a natural ability to explain things in clear simple steps for everyone to understand. I thought the content was great. I listened to the ADHD section and found that really useful. Just it's simplicity. You make everything seem doable and simple."
L. McNab (School Improvement Lead)
For Inner Circle
"I have been teaching for many years and can honestly say that I have never learnt so much, or been so inspired before, by any training that I have undertaken! [Inner Circle] will prove invaluable for the pupils in our care!"
For Inner Circle
""The support [in Inner Circle] has changed my practice to a level where I now feel equipped to deal with all the [intense and escalated] situations that face me on a daily basis. I have an armoury of strategies in my pocket and I use them every day. So, thank you! 🙏"
For Inner Circle
"Our parent workshop with Ben was great. Parents were really happy with it and commented on how useful it was. Ben stayed behind to answer specific questions regarding the parents' individual concerns for their child. They really appreciated the time he spent with them and more importantly some of the suggestions he had."
Holy Souls Primary
"Emma delivered two exceptional parent workshops at our school helping parents to understand big emotions like anger and anxiety in their children. Both workshops were gratefully received by parents and were delivered in a clear, concise and friendly way. Many parents attended the workshops and found the information really useful as well as real life tips to support their children at home."
"Our behaviour audit was tailor made for our school and was efficient, practical and painless. It proved that behaviour in our school was good and captured stakeholder feedback objectively."
Court Farm Primary
On behaviour audits
"We were stuck and didn't know what else could be done to improve behaviour, especially for a small number of individuals... Emma gave us really clear ideas and direction. Now those students are better at managing their emotions [and] have fewer incidents on the playground. Beacon go above and beyond. Excellent service."
Oasis Academy Boulton
"25 years into my teaching career and now a DHT and SENDCo, I rarely get excited by resources, but I genuinely can't wait to read more of this information and use it to train my staff and support my families. So, so impressed with the balance of the 'need to know' psychology with practical and realistic strategies."
Lakey Lane Primary School
For the Behaviour 360 package
"Family First has been transformational for our parents. It has improved parents' wellbeing and their relationships with their children, and has had a huge impact on children's behaviour both at home and in school. A huge success!"
Lyndon Green Infant School
For Family First for Schools
"Just watched Video 5 on The Power Of Limited Choices. It's great to see these strategies building - I love the extra little tips in the emails too. They've really changed how I deal with [my son]. It feels like we're building a little toolbox of strategies to pick out when we come up against a situation!"
Donna, a parent
For Family First
"Supervisors are now more proactive and interactive. They're now playing games with the children... because they understand this will improve their relationships with them."
St. John's Primary School
For Successful Supervisors
"Beacon are very knowledgable and have an abundance of experience to share. [My anxiety training] was informative, interesting and useful - and I now feel confident addressing school-induced anxiety using the techniques taught."
Topcliffe Primary Primary
"The videos are short, sharp and straight to the point... and 100% relevant to our supervisors. Even our teachers and TAs would find it useful. The supervisors really like the certificates and posters and some of them have even been using it at home!"
Paget Primary School
For Successful Supervisors
"I am the Principal of a new specialist school for children with ASD and or/ID in Melbourne. As our staff have diverse backgrounds and experience, we are always looking for presenters, programs and frameworks that reflect our purpose, values and approach to working with children. Your work is one of the few resources that I am confident sharing with our staff because it helps clarify, provoke and support our thinking without need for caveats."
Endeavour Hills Specialist School
For the School Behaviour Secrets podcast
"My staff were struggling and overwhelmed to support a child who'd been excluded from her previous school. Simon came in quickly, gave them support and now they really understand what's causing her behaviour, have support strategies in place - and in just a few weeks, she's a happy and content child who is absolutely loving school. Her parents are amazed by her transformation. This is all due to the time and effort that Beacon Support have given to my school, my staff and most importantly, a little girl that was switched off from school."
The Shrubbery School
"I am a learning mentor supporting KS2 children and found the stepping stones [technique] really useful. I feel confident and excited to put these new anxiety support strategies into practice and look forward to using this with my SENCO."
Elms Farm Primary
"Beacon have proven strategies that work - we've just started working with them and have already seen results that support all our stakeholders."
St. Wilfrid's Primary
"Post-pandemic, we've seen more severe behaviours and needed to change our behaviour policy to something more restorative and less punitive. Now my staff are better equipped to de-escalate pupils with strategies and scripts... and realise they are not alone in facing these behaviours."
St. Laurence Church Junior School
The School Behaviour Secrets Podcast
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