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I was wondering if anyone can help me in understanding behavior plans! I am about to begin my final block placement in what is known as a 'challenging' school and i doing some reserch into behavioural strategies and plans in the early years. What is an IBP? I aware this mean an independent behaviour plan but what is involved in this? Also, do all setting have a behaviour policy and what kinds of things does this entail. Is it things like sanctions etc? HELP!!!!!!!!!

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Hi Alysha,

Behaviour policies usually have a very positive feel about them...we praise children for good behaviour, etc.... children have a right to work in a non-threatening environment etc. They then go on to say that in the event of poor behaviour, it is made clear that it is the behaviour and not the child that is unwanted.

A list of sanctions is a bit too severe for a behaviour policy, I think, but others may have a different view.

In terms of IBP, we use them in a similar way to special needs IEPs, ie a couple of targets for the individual child to work towards, eg "X will sit still and listen to a short story in a small group, for 3 minutes, without touching any other children", followed by how we are going to help him/her do this, eg adult sits next to the child, holds hands, lets child sit on pink chair, holding a teddy....whatever it takes for the child to achieve the target!

Hope this helps. Get back to us if you need anything else. If you find the nursery policies forum, there are some sample policies from members, including behaviour management. Also, from the front page, you can access Jan's behaviour policy, too. If you can't find them, let us know and we'll put a link in. :)

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Hi

Individual Behaviour Plans are usually worked out with a Behaviour support specialist, who goes in a observed the named pupil and then puts a plan together for the pupil. The plan has suggestions of work and who is involved in that particaular suggestion, either the class teacher, the TA or the Behaviour Support Worker. The BSW usually visits the child on a daily or weekly basis and advises the setting and the way forward for the pupil. These plans are usually review on a 6 weekly basis and the level of support is also reviewed. Hope that this helps. any more questions please ask I would be happy to help you

Jill :o

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