The Fundamentals of Attachment in Practice: Supporting children/young people in school & college
Effective behaviour management is key to improving behaviour and ensuring all children have access to education. The Behaviour Lead plays a crucial role in managing, monitoring and improving behaviour, yet training is often received ‘on the job’. During this master course common scenarios will be examined and best approaches discussed.
This step-by-step training will take you through essential skills needed to develop your role and will support and develop knowledge and understanding around key issues such as behaviour guidance, whole school approach, school and classroom behaviour management, learning and achievement, supporting SEND, working with staff, pupils and parents. There will also be opportunities to discuss specific challenges of the work and role with the trainer and to network with others.
Gain the latest government guidance and research;
Understand the current legal and regulatory framework;
Gain updates to guidance on school exclusions;
Review/develop the school’s behaviour/relationships policy;
Learn how to consult upon, agree, and communicate your school’s culture;
Create and consult on a whole-school approach to behaviour;
Establish a set of social norms to automate good behaviour;
Establish habits of cooperation for staff, pupils and parents;
Focus on good behaviour and use it as a model for others
Look at ways to support and coach staff to develop and maintain effective classroom management skills;
Develop an effective whole-school rewards and sanctions system;
Learn how to support teachers in managing classroom behaviour;
Deploy seven strategies to promote good behaviour;
Gain an understanding regarding the needs of pupils with SEND;
Lean ways to manage conflict - separating the personal from the professional;
Promote openness, consistency, and fairness & maintain perspective.
This course is designed for school/college behaviour leaders, inclusion and pastoral staff, school leaders, headteachers, deputy heads, assistant heads.
Matt Bromley is an education writer and advisor with over twenty years’ experience in teaching and leadership including as a secondary school headteacher and principal, FE college vice ...principal, and MAT director. Currently, Matt is a public speaker, trainer, school improvement lead, and a primary school governor. He also remains a practising teacher, working in secondary, FE and HE settings, and is the lead lecturer on a national ITT programme. Matt writes for various newspapers and magazines including SecEd, Headteacher Update, SEN Leader, TES, School Business Manager Magazine, Children & Young People Now, Attendance Matters Magazine, and School Inspection & Improvement Magazine. He sits on SecEd’s editorial board and co-hosts their award-winning podcast, as well as writes most of their monthly pull-out best practice supplements.
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Wednesday 6 March 2024