This is a conference that gets to grips with what works and what doesn't when it comes to embedding discipline amongst learners.
A must-see summary and case study exploration of the fundamental foundations of effective behaviour management
Controlling some classes is like herding cats. This event is a step-through guide to instilling a sense of accountability for behaviour in students. Whether its cajoling the disinterested and disaffected students, ruling the rowdy, or cooling off the class clown, the basis for control is the same: engaging lessons, firm standards and consequences, and a deeply entrenched sense that there is a real purpose to gaining an education.
BENEFITS OF ATTENDING
- An overview of the best practice, case studies, and cutting edge research in outstanding behaviour management
- Tried and tested techniques to defuse situations in an instant
- Gain the know-how to tackle low-level disruption
- Re-establish yourself with the difficult class; enliven a perspective that transforms your approach to your toughest learners
- Opportunities to clarify proven strategies to boost attendance and punctuality
- Methods to develop and communicate a collaborative whole-school behaviour policy
- Practical and interactive methods to sustain behaviour improvements
- Pinpoint and distinguish between behavioural disengagement, emotional or social difficulties, and learning difficulties
- Use unique insights into the motives behind challenging behaviour
- Transform disruptive and detrimental behaviour into powerfully positive attitudes and a thirst for learning
- Start afresh. Revel in calm classrooms where you can teach to your potential and your class can progress
WHAT PAST DELEGATES HAVE SAID?
"Inspirational and entertaining. I'm a tough customer, so well done!"
Zoe Sunderland, Assistant Principal, King James's School
"Amazing! Most inspiring and useful course I've been on in 15 years."
Subject Leader, St Ninian's High School
"Excellent. Best course in 22 years."
Philippa Ollerhead, Principal, Stockport Techincal School
"One of the most informative and helpful courses I have ever attended!"
Christina Male, Curriculum Area Leader Art, Weydon School, Surrey
"So refreshing to attend a conference and come away bursting with new ideas. I'm hungry to get going at my school!"
Rachel Harrison, Director of Studies, Sutton Valence School
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
- Middle Leaders