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Advanced Behaviour Management for Newly and Recently Qualified Teachers

Achieving excellent behaviour for learning in your classroom

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Suitable for: This course will benefit newly and recently qualified teachers by equipping them with the tools they need to manage students’ behaviour and lead an effective learning environment in which all their students are engaged, challenged and make progress.

Phases suitable for:

  • Secondary
  • Further Education

Course Reference: 7569WW
Price: £299.00 + VAT or hold in-house
Timings: 10am - 4pm Book Now

This course combines the latest in behaviour management theory with a series of practical strategies that can be put into immediate use in your classroom. It includes advice on preventative behaviour management (how to engage all your students to avoid poor behaviour), corrective behaviour management (what to do when students misbehave), and supportive behaviour management (how to teach your students to be emotionally intelligent to avoid poor behaviour in the future).

  • Move beyond basic compliance to genuine, embedded behaviour for learning
  • Develop a range of practical strategies for managing behaviour in the classroom, and identify the most appropriate strategy in a variety of different situations
  • Understand why students misbehave and tackle five common misbehaviours
  • Get the balance right between praise and sanctions and differentiate your approach to behaviour management for different types of students at different ages
  • Manage and reduce low-level disruptive behaviour, without letting it disrupt the flow of your teaching


Practical strategies for establishing an effective learning environment
  • The 3Rs of behaviour management teacher-training: routines; responses; and relationships
  • Modelling the 3 pillars of behaviour management: openness; consistency; and fairness
  • Establishing the 6 principles of behaviour management in your classroom
Why students misbehave and how we can tackle it
  • Why don’t students always do as they’re told?
  • The importance of differentiation, and stretch and challenge
  • The 5Ds – tackling 5 common misbehaviours
Differentiating your approach to behaviour management
  • Every student is unique - and so your behaviour management strategy should be
  • Making rewards and sanctions work for every student
  • Delivering personalised learning – AfL in practice
Practical strategies for improving behaviour in your classroom tomorrow
  • The importance of rules and routines, regularly reinforced and repeated, to tackle low-level disruption
  • Seating plans, lesson beginnings and endings, transitions and classroom discussions, and high expectations
  • Top tips for thriving and surviving your NQT/RQT year

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