Tracey Campbell is the Director and Lead Trainer of
Together Transforming Behaviour Ltd (formerly known
as Be the One Transforming Behaviour Ltd). She is a
Behaviour Management Consultant, Coach, Trainer,
Teacher, Speaker and Author of two books:
Will You be the One? and Behaviour Basics for Parents.
She was also a member of the reference group for the
Timpson Review of School Exclusion published in May 2019.
Tracey began her career as a Primary School Teacher
and quickly established herself as a positive and
dynamic practitioner; renowned for her vivacious style
Tracey's ability to positively engage with children with behaviour difficulties was quickly detected leading to her becoming one of only a few Advanced Skills Teachers in Behaviour Management.
Together Transforming Behaviour Ltd
Together Transforming Behaviour Ltd (formerly known as Be the One Transforming Behaviour Ltd) works with teachers, parents and children providing consultancy and coaching in behaviour management.
We offer lasting solutions to all of your training needs by
helping to build capacity within teams to support all staff
in managing behaviour effectively. Packages can be
tailored to support the specific training needs of whole
schools or individual teachers through one-to-one
behaviour management coaching.
Will You be the One?
Is challenging behaviour getting in the way of teaching
and learning in your classroom?
Are you feeling discouraged, your repertoire of
behaviour management strategies exhausted?
Challenging behaviour can make even the most
experienced teacher feel de-skilled and incompetent...
Will You be the One? is more than a list of dos and
don'ts for effective behaviour management; it is a
compelling exploration into the heart of the issues
behind challenging behaviour.
Will You be the One? is a timely reminder of why you
chose this career and a beacon of hope through the
emotional trials of managing behaviour.
Behaviour Basics for Parents
Does your approach to parenting set your children up for
success at school?
What happens when behaviour expectations at home and
school do not match?
A strong partnership between school and home is vital
because parents can either help or hinder the work teachers
do to help children develop...
Behaviour basics for parents is a must-read for any parent
or carer who is fully committed to providing the guidance
needed so that children engage and excel at school. It offers
the behavioural 'tools from schools' and gives parents an
'inside scoop' on the approaches used to bring out the best
in children and prepare them for the wider world.