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    Improving Behaviour in Schools

    Overview

    A three-day programme in which school leaders will explore the most recent and most robust evidence related to improving behaviour in schools and consider how to apply it in their contexts.

    What is involved?

    The EEF guidance report Improving Behaviour in Schools offers four evidence informed recommendations to address this hugely important issue. This three-day programme will support school leaders to explore each of these recommendations and to use them to plan and implement a whole-school approach to behaviour.

    Who is the programme for?

    Senior leaders in primary and secondary Schools

    Session details

    Session 1: Explore

    • Getting to know children and learning behaviours

    Session 2: Prepare

    • Whole school approaches and classroom management

    Session 3: Deliver and Sustain

    • Whole school approaches, personalisation and high need pupils; Successful implementation and evaluating impact

    Programme leads: Michael Eggleton, Head of School, Charles Dickens Primary School

    Sign up and cost

    Register for our 2020-21 cohort here.

    Price: £350
    Members receive a 20% discount