Behaviour

NQT Special: Strategies for managing behaviour

28 November 2013

Managing behaviour is often the biggest challenge for NQTs. As part of SecEd's NQT special edition, Matt Bromley discusses why students misbehave, how teachers can and should react in different circumstances, and offers 10 strategies for NQTs on how to ma


NQT Special: Develop four outstanding habits

28 November 2013

As an NQT, ensuring you start as you mean to go on with your CPD is vital. As part of SecEd's NQT special edition, David Weston offers four effective professional development habits.


The secrets to positive behaviour management

21 November 2013

Behaviour management remains one of the key skills that all teachers need to master. School leader Ben Solly offers his advice on adopting a positive approach to your pupils’ behaviour.


When poor behaviour is a cover

17 October 2013

Students with language and literacy difficulties face huge barriers accessing the curriculum and often use poor behaviour as a strategy to cover up their problems. Speech and language therapist Jules Clarke advises.


Managing pupil behaviour

29 August 2013

With a small rise in general abuse against Scottish secondary teachers being reported, Julian Stanley explores what schools and teachers can do to improve poor behaviour.



NQT special: Avoiding false accusations

27 June 2013

Sadly, new teachers must be aware of the dangers of pupils who make false accusations. Dorothy Lepkowska looks at some recent cases and offers advice on how to avoid being falsely accused.


School exclusions – staying legal

20 June 2013

Earlier this year, a report highlighted the serious problem of illegal exclusions in some schools. Legal expert Perry Hill looks at recent changes to the law and how schools can stay compliant.


Helping students to re-engage with their education

25 April 2013

Senior leader Emlyn Hall created and implemented an effective intervention system for pupils with behavioural issues, helping them to re-engage with school life. He explains how and why his approach worked.


Seven in 10 under-18s still experience bullying

25 April 2013

The annual bullying survey by Ditch the Label has found that high numbers of young people are still experiencing bullying before the age of 18, and that teachers remain high on the list of people who victims turn to for help. Liam Hackett explains.


The hunt for LGBT equality in schools

25 April 2013

What can schools do to meet their legal requirements and ensure staff are treated equally, irrespective of sexuality. Legal expert Paul Maddock advises.



School exclusions and the SEN expert

24 January 2013

Independent SEN experts are playing an increasingly common role in exclusion processes. Legal expert Richard Wilkins explains more.


You create the weather in your classrooms!!

17 January 2013

How can you create the right climate for learning in your classroom and make it a place your students look forward to coming to? Kathryn Lovewell offers some advice.



Stand Against Violence

6 December 2012

With a significant number of pupils being suspended for violence, Adam Fouracre ― who lost his brother to street violence ― is working with schools to combat this growing problem. Katie Sanders explains.


Using cinema as part of a rewards system

6 December 2012

William Parker School uses the appeal and inspiration of film to motivate its learners. Ruth Roberts explains how they use cinema as part of a rewards system.


The new rules on school exclusions and appeals

8 November 2012

Schools and academies must adhere to new legislation over how they handle student exclusions and subsequent appeals. Legal expert Kevin Jaquiss explains the new procedures and offers advice to school leaders.


LEAP to success

4 October 2012

In a bid to tackle its problems with exclusions, Baverstock School introduced the 'LEAP' Department. Thomas Marshall explains.


Anti-Bullying Week 2012

27 September 2012

With Anti-Bullying Week running from November 19 to 23, Lauren Seager-Smith from the Anti-Bullying Alliance explains how schools can get behind the campaign.

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