About the Primary Behaviour Support and Provisions Service
General information about the Primary Behaviour Support and Provisions Service and who they work with.
Who we are
The Primary Behaviour Support and Provisions Service is a team of dedicated staff who specialise in providing support to children with social, behavioural, emotional and wellbeing difficulties.
The team works throughout Northern Ireland with children and young people from pre-school to primary education age.
The Service wants to inspire, support and challenge school communities to create child centred, flexible and responsive approaches to meet the needs of all pupils.
To enable pupils with social, behavioural, emotional and wellbeing (SBEW) needs to thrive within their school community.
Who we work with
We work with:
- Educational Psychology
- School Development Service
- Special Education
- Child Protection Support Service
- Operations and Estates
- Pupil Support Services
- Education Welfare Service
- Finance and IT, including C2K
- Allied Health Professionals
- Social Services
- NI Anti-Bullying Forum
- Family Support Hubs
- Education Training Inspectorate
- Department of Education
- Trade Unions
A number of professionals may be involved and GDPR guidelines are adhered to at all times with permission gained from those with parental responsibility to discuss any child.