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Implementing Positive Behaviour Management in the Classroom

How to develop an ethos of positive behaviour and build excellent teacher pupil relationships

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Suitable for: Teachers and support staff in their first 3-4 years of teaching UK secondary schools, that are keen to develop an ethos of positive behaviour in the classroom

Phases suitable for:

  • Secondary

Course Reference: 8062WW
Price: £299.00 + VAT or hold in-house
Timings: 10am - 4pm Book Now

Developing an ethos of positive behaviour in the classroom is an excellent way of maximising pupil performance, minimising disruptive behaviour and nurturing positive pupil-teacher relationships. During this course, you will explore ideas for implementing a policy for positive behaviour in the classroom and develop a range of strategies and techniques you can use to embed these ideas on your return to school.

  • Developing an approach for positive behaviour management for your classes
  • Organising the curriculum to encourage positive behaviour
  • Establishing ground rules and providing consistency
  • Making best use of rewards and sanctions
  • Celebrating achievement and encouraging success
  • Managing disruptive behaviour proactively and assertively

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