Teaching and Managing Good Behaviour in Schools

Duration
1 day
Cost
£950.00 + VAT
CPD

What this course contains

This practical and informative course is about how teaching assistants can help pupils access, enjoy and participate in the curriculum through positive learning behaviours. The course will provide you with practical strategies, time to reflect on your own practice and lots of opportunities for discussion and asking questions.

Intended outcomes

The Course will cover:

  • Strategies to promote positive behaviour for learning
  • The framework of non-negotiables for good behaviour
  • How we communicate our expectations of good behaviour
  • Strategies to manage difficult behaviour
  • Behaviour skills - the toolkit for pupils
  • Developing positive attitudes to learning
  • Helping pupils to learn independently
  • Evaluating behaviour outcomes in order to ensure Progression

Who is this course for

Designed for Teaching Assistants in both Primary and Secondary schools.

The cost

For schools that subscribe to our annual School Improvement Package the fees are £950 plus VAT (for up to 20 attendees).

For schools that do not subscribe to our annual improvement package, fees are £1525 plus VAT.

Assessment

To successfully complete the course, attendees will be required to pass a short assessment.

CPD

Upon successful completion of the course attendees will be issued a CPD accredited certificate. The course equates to 7 hours of CPD.

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Don't forget...

.... that our HR Advisory service now includes an annual visit to your school.  You can use this visit to apprise us of any new developments in your school or alternatively to assist you with any HR issues that are better dealt with face to face.

There is no extra cost for this visit and it is available to all HR Advisory clients old and new.  If you would like to book a visit by one of our consultants to your school, please contact us on 0845 459 7013.

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