The Sea View Trust is delighted to have been accepted as a Lead MAT on the Behaviour Hub Programme as this builds on our Lead School work at Tor View over the last year. We are very excited about the prospect of working with partner schools and Trusts to co-produce great behaviour culture. The training has been excellent and we are really looking forward to implementing this practice.


DfE unveils dozens of new behaviour hub schools and trusts (

The Department for Education has appointed 28 more schools and eight multi-academy trusts to its behaviour hubs programme.

The £10 million scheme, led by government behaviour tsar Tom Bennett, involves schools and trusts helping their peers “diagnose issues and implement new behaviour approaches”.

The DfE said almost 700 schools will receive support between 2021 and 2024, including training by expert advisers and access to networking events and open days.

The newly appointed trusts and schools all demonstrate “exceptional behaviour culture”, the DfE said.

Schools minister Robin Walker said they had a “wealth of experience and expertise”, adding: “Helping schools to create calm, orderly, safe and supportive environments is key to levelling up education for children and young people.”