This service is available for Academies, Maintained schools and Other schools and settings


Our service is closely aligned with Ealing secondary schools and provides interventions aimed at supporting the improvements of pupils behaviour, developing their social and emotional awareness and by building on the inclusive practices used by school staff.

We focus on assisting schools to reduce fixed-term and permanent exclusions.

Financial year 2020/21

Complements the pastoral support work in the school, significantly increasing the school’s capacity to include young people who have difficulty accessing learning and are at risk of exclusion.

Our service supports behaviour improvement and attitude in school.

Additional / buy back services 

Any services in addition to agreed allocation, to be negotiated as required.

Office hours:
  • Monday to Friday, 9am to 5pm
  • Negotiable other hours as required.
Planned improvements:

Building on the successful partnership with schools, with stakeholders and other agencies through a buy back model. Improving systems and responding to the changing educational landscape.

Service directors:

Julie Lewis

More detailed information:
  • We provide targeted, time limited and measurable intervention with students at risk of permanent exclusion and/or fixed term exclusions
  • Work one to one with a small cohort of students and their parents, with groups of students and with staff in schools to scaffold other intervention plans and support
  • Support school to school managed moves in accordance with Ealing’s published protocol
  • Deliver bespoke behaviour related training to schools, this may be broad in its scope ie attachment issues /emotion coaching but is likely to have a schools’ related emphasis ie attachment and strategies in the classroom.

Behaviour and inclusion service, children and adults’ services.

Additional contact information 

BIS Administrator:

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Last updated: 01 Apr 2020