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Last reviewed on 27 October 2017
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Are there job descriptions for behaviour leads? We link to examples of job descriptions for roles with responsibility for behaviour, including a behaviour co-ordinator and an assistant headteacher for behaviour and attendance.

Alternative provision free school 

The Continu Plus Academy in Worcestershire has a job description for a behaviour co-ordinator which says some of the main duties and responsibilities include:

  • Tracking behaviour and providing data for the senior leadership team and governors
  • Providing a physical presence on corridors during the school day
  • Providing training for staff
  • Providing therapeutic support for pupils who are struggling to engage in class

The job description is hosted on the Eteach website.

Job description: behaviour co-ordinator, Eteach (Adobe pdf file)

Community secondary school

Swanmore College in Hampshire has published a job description for an assistant headteacher for behaviour and attendance. 

Encouraging pupils’ engagement with the education process by supporting behaviour for learning Overseeing analysis of behaviour and attendance data and planning accordingly Identifying teachers’ professional development needs in relation to behaviour management and leading training as required Setting, developing and implementing policies, plans, targets, practices and procedures related to behaviour

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