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Sleuth Example Reports

With over 50 different search criteria for analysing behaviour, more than 60 different options for collating results and a range of ways to present results (including graphs, charts, text, tables or exported to Excel), Sleuth provides the most comprehensive tools of any behaviour tracking system for analysing your behaviour data to reveal exactly what behaviour looks like in your school.

Using Sleuth to track behaviour provides each and every member of staff with the information they need to fulfill the pastoral responsibilities of their role. The ability to record in detail allows you to analyse and report in detail which provides an opportunity to understand the underlying causes of behaviour and focus on finding solutions.

Whatever your role in school you can use Sleuth to search for and interrogate recorded data then use the results to develop strategies for intervention. Using Sleuth regularly throughout the school day lets you stay on top of behaviour and communicates progress and concerns to colleagues that will support them in their roles.

Sleuth for Senior Leaders

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    Monitoring On-Call - Provides a breakdown of the behaviours that have led to staff withdrawing a pupil from a lesson and placing them in alternative provision, e.g. on-call supervision, LSU, referral room, etc. This report reveals how staff apply policy in practice and which behaviours they are most likely to require support to manage
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    Targeting Low-Level Behaviour - This report uses the behaviour group feature of Sleuth to highlight the low-level behaviours that are most frequent amongst year 9 students. This report can be used to target support at staff and students to reduce the frequency of these behaviours in lessons
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    Detailed Profile of Bullying - To help identify patterns in behaviour Sleuth can report at a high-level or in detail. An example of this is in tracking bullying. This report shows a detailed breakdown of the kinds of bullying that are taking place and can also display the results for a by year group, gender or ethnicity.
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    Engaging Students in Positive Behaviour - The ability to monitor the consistent use of the reward system is key to its success. A system that is fair and consistent will be more successful in engaging students over a longer period. Using the behaviour groups in Sleuth is a straightforward way to achieve this.
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    Whole School Improvement Strategies - By identifying the most frequently recorded behaviours specific interventions can be planned to address these behaviours. This report can also prompt specific CPD or mentoring work to be put in place to improve staff skills
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    Behaviour Monitoring by Ethnicity - A breakdown of serious incidents by ethnic group, year group and gender can be used to target appropriate support for these groups of students and to develop early intervention strategies for high-risk groups.
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    Monitoring Improvement Strategies - A line report, in this case showing incidents week by week, can show the impact of intervention strategies on whole school behaviour. This graph shows the volume of incidents before and after a strategy was introduced.
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    Consistent Application of Policy - A policy using a stepped response to behaviour can be implemented using Behaviour and Action Groups in Sleuth. Analysis using these groups identifies whether policy is consistently and correctly applied by staff in practice
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    Detailed Recording for Student Profiling - This report provides a complete history, including observations and other supporting information in relation to a student and their behaviour. Crucial in supporting statement applications, managed transfers or exclusion tribunals
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    Negative Incidents by Year Group - This report shows recorded incidents by year group, identifying the most prolific age range for negative (or positive) behaviour. Further analysis can identify the types of behaviour giving cause for concern so strategies can be implemented to tackle the problem

Sleuth for Middle Leaders

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    Rewarding Positive Achievement - A matrix report for a year group showing merits accrued over a term and highlighting those students achieving Gold, Silver and Bronze targets in each subject area. Can be used in a year group assembly to present medals or rewards to each pupil.
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    Negative Incidents per Student for My Year Group - Used for early intervention, this report lists the total negative incidents per student in a particular Year Group. Can be run frequently (e.g. daily) to identify at-risk students early before their behaviour escalates.
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    Targeting Staff CPD for Behaviour - Staff CPD in behaviour management is most effective when it is targeted to support the individual needs of staff. Sleuth supports Middle Leaders to develop targeted support plans for line-managed staff to improve skills and confidence in managing behaviour.
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    Targetted CPD for Behaviour Management - Shows a breakdown of the behaviour giving staff cause for concern. By identifying the most frequently recorded behaviours specific interventions can be planned to address these behaviours. It is also the prompt for specific CPD or mentoring work to be put in place to improve staff skills
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    Monitoring On-Call - Provides a breakdown of the behaviours that have led to staff withdrawing a pupil from a lesson and placing them in alternative provision, e.g. on-call supervision, LSU, referral room, etc. This report reveals how staff apply policy in practice and which behaviours they are most likely to require support to manage
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    Managing House Points - Behaviour points can be awarded for each sanction/reward a student receives. A series of Behaviour Points reports show the points totals for individual students and year/tutor/house groups. This report shows a weekly behaviour points total for each student in a house group
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    Positive Incidents per Student for My Year Group - Similar to above but focussing on positive incidents, this report lists a count of incidents per student in a Year Group. Usually run for a finite period, e.g. over a week. Can be used to identify students reaching a milestone (e.g. over 5 positive incidents) which may trigger a reward.
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    Supporting Faculty Staff - Staff mentoring and CPD can be informed by reviewing which staff are reporting incidents. For example an NQT may need additional support in applying policy in practice and this report will help a Head of Faculty to identify where support may be needed
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    Supporting At-Risk Students - This report of incidents by ethnic group is a way to profile behaviour with a view to looking at targeted support measures for a particular ethnic group, for example additional language support or interventions to promote cross-cultural awareness
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    Detailed Recording for Student Profiling - This report provides a detailed incident history for a student and their behaviour. Crucial in providing evidence for statements, managed transfers or exclusion tribunals and also useful for parent interviews/evenings and academic reviews

Sleuth for SENCOs

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    LSU Weekly Caseload Summary - This report provides a quick weekly overview of the behaviour of a caseload of students. Column-headings can be chosen for the report so, based on its use and audience, it can be used for meetings and the trigger for more detailed investigation
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    Incidents by Date for an Individual Student - This report can be used to show behaviour trends over the short, medium and long-term. Sleuth enables SENCOs to easily profile student behaviour to show clearly whether behaviour is improving or deteriorating
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    Student Count by Behaviour for an Individual Student - This Sleuth report gives the occurences of certain behaviours experienced by staff working with an individual student. Behaviours can be addressed individually, or related behaviours grouped, and using the detail from profiling the student, interventions can be put in place
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    Summary Incident Listing for an Individual Student - This Sleuth Incident Summary report displays a (summarised) chronological history of an individualís behaviour over a specified period. This is often used to support home-school communication and for supporting statement applications
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    Incidents by Subject for an Individual Student - A breakdown of particular behaviour types by subject for an individual allows a SENCO to investigate why a student may be struggling in some areas and not others. This can support decisions to move the student into a different ability group or offer a mentoring programme.

Sleuth for Parents & Carers

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    Targeted Intervention Strategies - A breakdown of the types of behaviour recorded for an individual student highlighting particular problem behaviours. Intervention strategies can be developed for these specific problem areas and both staff and parents can monitor the student's progress
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    Monitoring Progress - A line graph showing recorded incidents day-by-day (over a half-term period). This report can be used to monitor the impact of intervention strategies graphically, an effective way to engage parents and students in taking responsibility for improving behaviour
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    Times of Day - A profile of behaviour by lesson period identifies whether time of day is having an impact on behaviour, for example the school start time, timing of breaks or order of lessons. Parents may be able to contribute to reasons for this, e.g. morning routine, travel or dietary arrangements
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    Planning an Individual Curriculum - This report shows a breakdown of behaviour in each subject area. It can be run for a particular behaviour or group of behaviours, positive or negative. For parents this report can be basis of constructive dialogue with each of their child’s subject teachers
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Planning Strategies
"Sleuth is an extremely useful tool. It allows you to plan the strategies you want to use and then enables you to measure the ongoing impact of these strategies. Most of all it lets us know that what we are doing is working when sometimes you all too easily lose sight of that"
Deputy Headteacher - Portsmouth Primary
Parental Support
"Not only do parents get an overview of academic performance but also a broader pastoral perspective on their child's development. Sleuth plays a big role in this, providing all the information on positive and negative behaviour. Parents are given a summary of the negative and positive behaviours concerning their child which is ideal for discussion and getting parental support to address specific issues"
Headteacher - Cheshire Secondary
Collaborative Approach
"Sleuth has allowed us to develop an approach based on collective responsibility. The onus is on classroom teachers to take responsibility for behaviour but at the same time teachers know they can expect support based on information that they themselves have gathered"
Deputy Headteacher - Wiltshire Secondary
Informed & Data Rich
"My Heads of Year now have information I never had access to as a Head of Year. They are now far more accurately informed and data rich. Dynamic decisions are now being made about the way we manage behaviour"
Deputy Headteacher - Durham Secondary
Effective Interventions
"The data from Sleuth has enabled more focussed work at every level of the school. We can provide good information to Heads of Faculty about behaviour specific to their area allowing us to both raise awareness and focus on specific areas for improvement. All HoY get a complete picture of the behaviour of students in their care. This allows them to intervene effectively to provide the most appropriate intervention"
Deputy Headteacher - Herts Secondary
Evidence Based Discussions
"Each week behaviour is an item on the agenda for the SLT. The reports from Sleuth mean that the discussions are specific and focussed on what has gone on in school over the past week. It is evidence based"
Deputy Headteacher - Herts Secondary
Productive Parental Dialogue
"Heads of Year and our Behaviour 4 Learning Centre all use individual reports about particular pupils - the types of behaviour exhibited, the subjects with problems, days of week, time of day, location of problems, members of staff involved, trend line. They will discuss the implications with the pupil and with parents. The reports give members of staff something tangible to discuss with parents and pupils"
B4L Assistant - South Glocs Secondary