Positive Behaviour case study template
Thank you for agreeing to share your good practice via the promoting positive behaviour website. All
content received will be reviewed by the LTS communications team to ensure it meets the required
guidelines before it is published online. Additional follow up may be required and you may be
contacted by a member to the team to further develop the case study.
Contact phone numbers :
Photograph: The web is a visual medium and a picture paints 1000 words. We welcome up to 5 digital
photographs for inclusion in the sharing practice example. Unfortunately each and every photo must
have our LTS parental consents signed and posted to us (forms attached).
Please indicate below how you would categorise this good practice to help us enter in our taxonomy
for ease of others searching for relevant material. Please tick all boxes that are appropriate.
Young people in need of more choices, more chances
Additional support needs
Staff development / Initial teacher education / CPD
Approach (promoting positive relationships or developing positive behaviour)
Some examples are given
Framework for Intervention / Staged Intervention
Solution Oriented Applications
The Motivated School
Each section below can only hold a maximum of 400 words on our website, please do not exceed
that. Listed under each section are questions you should ask yourself when writing the copy, as these
will act as a guide to help you structure your response.
- Who are you?
- What kind of establishment are you from? (Location, size, number of staff, pupils etc)
- Who else was involved?
- When did the project take place?
- What was the nature and background of the project?
- How long did the project last?
- What were you hoping to achieve?
- What aspects of Positive Behaviour did you plan to tackle?
- What did you do and how you did you do it?
- How many staff were involved and what were their roles?
- What was the nature and level of commitment?
- What were the benefits to the children and young people ?
- What were the challenges for children and young people ?
- Include a quote(s) from the children and young people to highlight what they got out of it.
Outcomes (for school, teachers, parents, children and young people ? )
- What was achieved?
- What was learned?
- How was the project monitored and evaluated?
- Were any conclusions drawn?
Next steps (conclusion)
- Was this a one-off or an ongoing project?
- What lessons have you learned for the future?
- What plans do you have for the immediate and longer term future?
- Has it helped to encourage any other similar projects elsewhere in the establishment, local
authority or with other organisations elsewhere?
Contact details (include all key partners)
- Name, address, telephone, email and website where relevant
PLEASE READ CHECK OFF SHEET ATTACHED
POSITIVE BEHAVIOUR CASE STUDY TEMPLATE CHECK OFF SHEET
In order to minimise the amount of communication between yourself and Learning and Teaching
Scotland, this CHECK OFF SHEET seeks to clarify that all areas have been covered.
1. Complete all the details in the Case Study Template
2. Ensure that this work is an original idea.
3. All graphics have to be copyright free.
4. All photographs must be copyright free.
5. Any music being played must be copyright free and not original music.
6. Any support documents should be in Word / PDF format.
Please return all completed paperwork to;
George Marcinkiewicz, Positive Behaviour Team,
c/o Secondary Support Services, Bedford Place, Alloa, FK10 7JT