Behaviour and Attendance Collaboratives

Behaviour and Attendance Collaboratives

Bradford secondary schools have worked within a Behaviour and Attendance Collaborative (BACs) since September 2007 which was the start of a new approach in dealing with behaviour and attendance across secondary schools.  Our secondary schools formed three BACs who work within their individual BAC and across BAC where needed to take greater responsibility for all pupils in a collaborative’ s schools, particularly those with behaviour and attendance difficulties.

 

Schools are grouped via their locality and individual schools are within the following BAC areas:

 

Three Valleys Central South

Beckfoot Oakbank School

Bingley Grammar School

Ilkley Grammar School

Parkside School

The Holy Family Catholic School

University Academy Keighley

Beckfoot Academy

Beckfoot Upper Heaton

Belle Vue Girls’ School

Bradford Girls' Grammar School

Bronte Girls' Academy

Carlton Bolling College

Dixons Allerton Academy

Dixons Cottingley Academy

Eden Boys

Feversham College

Hanson School

Immanuel College

Laisterdyke Leadership Academy

Oasis Academy Lister Park

One In A Million Free School

St Bede’s & St Joseph's Catholic College

Titus Salt School

Appleton Academy

Beckfoot Thornton Academy

Bradford Academy

Buttershaw Business & Enterprise Academy

Bradford Forster Academy

Dixons City Academy

Dixons Kings Academy

Dixons Trinity Academy

Dixons McMillan Academy

Co-op Academy Grange

Trinity Academy Bradford

Tong Leadership Academy

 

 

The BACs; Three Valleys, Central and South Bradford, work to support each other with strategies and advice in support of pupils who have behaviours that challenge. They support with managed moves and commissioning of alternative provision to support meet pupils' needs.

Best Practice Guidance for Managed Moves

Alternative Provision Quality Assurance Checklist

 

 

 


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