Foundation Day Focus | Behaviour Change in Schools

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The Albion Foundation have been supporting schools with pupils with challenging behaviour, by running a variety of support sessions that tackle causes of disruptive behaviour and help the pupils get the most that they can from their education. 

From Special Education Needs to behavioural challenges, there are thousands of school children in Sandwell that need extra support than the schools can deliver, which is where The Albion Foundation helps. Find out more here

In the last year alone, we have supported over 450 children with with more than 110 hours of support delivered weekly. We've seen 85% of pupils we've worked with report an increase in their confidence and 85% demonstrated an improved attitude. 

If you're teaching at a school and would like to know more about how we can help in this area, please contact

Why we need your support 

The success of these programmes is reliant on our ability to continue to deliver this support through our funding. With your continued support, we can ensure we have trained staff available to deliver a variety of support sessions that tackle the diverse needs that these school children require to thrive. 

If you can, please help us to continue to deliver these programmes. To make a donation or set up a fundraiser click here for further information


Physical Education (PE) is a brilliant method for children to keep active and develop physically, but it’s also a great way for children to build social skills and learn to express themselves.

Riley, a Year One student at Eaton Valley Primary School, has selective mutism and was initially very shy and withdrawn when at school, with little language used and teachers unsure if he could have a conversation.

After 10 months of participating in the Premier League Primary Stars programme, Riley has made remarkable progress and is now able to speak more with his teachers, form friendships with classmates and participate in PE with a smile on his face.

Read more about Riley and his communication journey here.

Delivering Behaviour Change in Schools