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Behaviour Hub schools

Applies to – All schools

The DfE have recently announced the introduction of Behaviour Hub schools as part of their £10 million programme to improve behaviour in schools. It is being spearheaded by Tom Bennett, the DfE’s behaviour advisor.

The programme will recruit up to 20 schools in the first round and aim to recruit 500 schools over 3 years. The first round of schools will begin work with their partner schools in September 2020.

The criteria for the Behaviour Hubs is very stringent. If you are interested in applying for the first application round, applications have to be submitted before 31st March 2020. All information can be found here with page 18 referring to the eligibility criteria.

HBSS are more than happy to support schools who are considering applying for this exciting development in DfE behaviour policy and practice. I can be contacted at or on 0151 522 8905




Commission Launch Event

Applies to – All schools

Dear colleague,

The issue of bullying is becoming epidemic among all generations in our society. This should not be happening; more needs to be done to protect both children and adults from bullying – Cheshire Anti-Bulling Commission is asking you to STAND UP NOT BACK.

Below and attached is an invitation from David Keane, Police and Crime Commissioner for Cheshire, to the Anti-Bullying Commission Phase One report launch.

The event will be an opportunity to hear about the work of the Cheshire Anti-Bullying Commission, as well as providing an opportunity to give your commitment to tackle bullying through signing Cheshire’s own Anti-Bullying Charter.

Please could we ask that you also circulate this invitation to the appropriate people within your organisation and teams.

You can confirm your attendance by e-mailing  We would request that RSVPs are received by 5pm on Thursday 12 March.


Asylum Seekers

Applies to – All schools

The first is  a presentation delivered in November by Pauline Ruth, Chair of Halton Safeguarding Faith Forum.  It provides information Asylum Seekers.f  I would particularly draw your attention to the slide headed “Financial Considerations”.

The second is a  fact sheet put together by Shelah Semoff





Schools Funding Bulletin – March 2020

Applies to – All schools

If you have a project or an idea that you require advice and funding assistance with, please fill out an Enquiry Form.

Schools Bulletin – March 2020

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Summer Term Prospectus

Applies to – All schools

Adult learning enrolling now for summer term click here for more information.