We know that poor pupil behaviour is one the biggest factors in underachievement in schools. It is also a major concern for teachers, and research has shown it to be a key source of stress and have a serious impact on staff recruitment and retention.
So, what is your school doing to promote positive behaviour, support your staff and drive success?
Attend the Effective Behaviour Management in Schools Conference and gain essential insight into developing a clear behaviour policy which meets your school’s priorities, pupil’s individual needs and Ofsted’s requirements.
This one-day conference will provided detailed information on:
- Understanding the current National outlook for behaviour and the impact of poor behaviour
- Latest changes and research from Ofsted – ensure you are up-to-date and know what inspectors are looking for
- Guidance on developing and implementing a policy which works for your school’s values, ethos and context
- Making sure you don’t accept low-level disruption as the norm – identifying and addressing
- Learning from examples of best practice teacher induction – ensuring new teachers have ongoing support, examples of excellent classroom management and buy-into your school’s policy
- Taking a whole-school approach to tackling more serious and challenging behaviour – including role of the SLT, identifying behaviour ‘hot-spots’ and issues around exclusions.