Testimonials

School Testimonials - The following are a selection of comments made by schools after the Trax intervention with students has come to an end.

“the student has benefited in that he is able to control his behaviour, listens to others and now doesn’t talk when he shouldn’t.”

“we have been impressed by the improvements we have seen in the student and the reduction in the number of times he has been sent out of class or disciplined.”

Marden High School
“the intervention worked positively in many ways.” 

“the student’s behaviour issues were tackled successfully through the work in Trax.”

“the support was well targeted.”

Churchill Community College
“the student is much more settled and focused in school now.”

“helpful in developing confidence and self-esteem.”

“provided the student with the opportunity to develop trusting relationships.”

Burnside Business and Enterprise College
“gave the student time to reflect on their behaviour.”

“gave the student the opportunity to change his behaviour within college.”

Norham High School
“enabled the student to cope with his behaviour better.”

“given the college another intervention opportunity.”

“the student is more open to facing issues.”

Seaton Burn College
“less concerns about the students treatment of others.”

“the student is beginning to consider the implications of his behaviour.”

“the student has reduced the number of sanctions he was getting within college.”

“parents are pleased with the intervention.”

Longbenton Community College
“we have seen an improvement in behaviour.”

St. Thomas More
“the student is sent out of lesson less frequently.”

“the student is calmer around school most of the time.”

Marden Bridge Middle School

 

 Comments made by schools to an Educational Psychologist during her research into nurture groups .

“when you feel that you’ve tried everything Trax resource is a good resource to draw on.”

“they’re calmer, less agitated and more reflective.  They will identify their emotions and come to staff now.”

“.she’s more co-operative . . .she can recognise her own faults and think about different ways of reacting.“

“He’s more thoughtful and aware of consequences. “

“he will be more easily talked down and reasoned with. . .” . . .she can recognise her own faults and think about different ways of reacting. “

“He’s more thoughtful and aware of consequences. “

“.he will be more easily talked down and reasoned with.”