Facing the Challenge – Moving Behaviour to Good or Outstanding

Provider: Lighthouse Ltd
£225.00 + VAT

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Description Tackling bad behaviour and reducing incidents of persistent disruptive behaviour has been identified by the Education Secretary as a priority. An official ‘Satisfactory’ ranking for behaviour by Inspectors will be unacceptable by 2012. This course will show how staff can improve learning behaviour in their institutions, analyse the impact of behaviour on learning and will provide ways to help them move behaviour to “Good” or “Outstanding”. Delegates will be given approaches and materials which will improve learning behaviour in their schools. Through the use of audits the effectiveness of their existing systems will be identified so that those systems can be modified to reduce incidents of persistent disruption - thus helping schools to systematically and progressively progress towards a “Good” or “Outstanding” ranking.
Duration 1 day
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Categories Teaching staff, Advanced Skills Teacher, Excellent Teacher, Main-scale (core) teacher, Newly Qualified Teacher, Non-practising teacher, Post-threshold Teacher, Pupil mentor, Supply / Peripatetic teacher, Trainnee (pre-QTS) teacher, Teacher trainer, Behaviour for Learning, Out of school, Behaviour Interventions, Targeted interventions for those diagnosed or at-risk of emotional or behavioural disorders , Programmes with a proven track record of impact, Training of facilitators or professional development
Learning outcomes for participants/users and, where relevant, pupils or students

The aims of this course are to: • Reduce incidents of persistent disruptive behaviour and improve the impact of work on reducing exclusions • Provide resources which will enable schools to look at their Institution through OfSTED Inspectors’ eyes • Provide effective methods to develop responsibility of students and empower them to develop a willingness to manage their own behaviour • Provide materials to improve staff confidence in managing behaviour effectively

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