Behaviour Action Team (BAT)

The Behaviour Action Team is a multi-disciplinary team dedicated to the school success of students identified with complex behavioural, mental health and learning needs.  The team assists school administrators with the Community Threat Assessment Protocol when it is deemed appropriate as a result of a student’s violent behaviour towards self and/or others.  This team consists of Clinical Consultants, School Attendance Counsellors, Student Support Counsellors, the Aboriginal Resource Student Support Counsellor and the Itinerant Behaviour Teacher.

Services:

  • Behaviour tracking and analysis of data
  • Development of behaviour/safety plans
  • Programming development
  • Psycho educational assessments
  • Support to District Learning Centres
  • Linking with community agencies
  • Parent liaison
  • Community Threat Risk Assessments
  • Professional development and in-service
  • Building awareness and understanding of social, emotional, behavioural and mental health needs
  • Resource sharing