Future Behaviour is small educational consultancy based in York, UK.

In 2007, as a reaction to the real lack of practical, research-led training around the subject, Future Behaviour was started in order to share what we had learned about behaviour both in the classroom and from our research, to help individual teachers and school leaders navigate a path through the minefield that can be managing relationships, whilst simultaneously improving outcomes for children and young people.

In the last 5 years our work has increasingly focused on interpreting and applying the principles of PBIS (Positive Behavioural Interventions and Support). PBIS is a programme in widespread use across the United States, but is practically unheard of to most educationalists in the UK, despite our best efforts. Don’t worry – we’re working on it!

You might want to know a little more about me…

Greg Perry

“Hello. I’m Greg. I’m a Liverpudlian now living comfortably sandwiched between the beautiful and ancient city of York and the splendid spa town of Harrogate, in God’s Own County of Yorkshire. I live there with my lovely wife and (very often) fantastic two daughters. I’m obsessed with golf and changing the way we seem to have always approached behaviour, and doing it in a new, simply better way.

There are so many schools out there, doing the same thing they have always done when it comes to managing behaviour. And it’s not working. From my travels and training in over 600 schools nationwide, I’ve learned a thing or two about the way the very best schools do the very best job of moving from managing behaviour to truly enhancing relationships.

I’m a writer, a trainer, keynote speaker, project facilitator, video-content creator and spend most of my time philosophising about relationships, behavioural economics, psychology and how to be happy. I also have a part-time job driving my wife potty.

You can find me on Twitter @futurebehaviour and Linkedin.”

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