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Our next course…
Join us for our next course on Friday 3rd March 2017, 9.15am-3pm, at Days Inn, J46 A1 (M), Wetherby, West Yorkshire.
Great behaviour management – distilled
“This is the way to do more than just manage behaviour. Greg’s approach is simple, consistent, fair, and it really works”
Richard Yates, Headteacher, West Drayton School, Hillingdon.
We’ve taken all the structures and behaviour strategies employed by the best practitioners and broken them down into easily transferable chunks, so that we can share them with you.
With its emphasis on consistency, fairness and simplicity, our approach ensures improved classroom behaviour by building better relationships.
The result is simple: better learners and happier teachers.
Nice *and* Consistent
The teachers we liked at school were invariably really nice and really strict (and by strict, we mean consistent; you knew where you stood with them but you knew they liked you too). We’ll help you increase consistency and “niceness”. Pupils really want someone who cares enough to give them supportively applied limits.
Not “just another course”!
We’ve been on some terrible behaviour management courses ourselves. Big bits of paper, vague theories, wishy-washy logic, that sort of thing…
A day of pure, undiluted behaviour goodness:
- How to formulate effective recognition and consequences
- Strategies for dealing with low level disruption, tale-telling and other annoyances that take the focus away from learning
- Strategies for dealing with disruptive pupils and how to get them back on track
- How and when to involve parents and senior leaders
- How to deal with behaviour when it shows up and not when it blows up
- How to build respect and fantastic relationships
- How to achieve cooperation instead of compliance
- How to be consistent – we really tell you how
- What to do when you’ve tried everything
We don’t like vague. We loath wishy-washy. That’s why we’ll give you highly distilled day’s worth of real strategies that you’ll be desperate to use the next day.
Do more than just “manage” behaviour
It’s not magic. It’s not a gift bestowed only on the few. Great behaviour is a combination of a great plan and consistent implementation. This is hard to do, but nowhere near as hard as most people think. Human relationships are incredibly complex but there are easy wins. We’ll tell you what they are.
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- The course is suitable for both primary and secondary teachers – the principles that underpin the approach are just the same, and Greg knows all about both settings.
- Parking, unlimited coffee and tea, a lovely lunch and awesome resources are all included.