Packed full of innovative and practical ideas for the classroom and curriculum, the Teaching, Learning & Pastoral Hub helps you to achieve or maintain outstanding teaching and learning across the school – plus supplying you with guidance and support for wellbeing and behaviour.
Pupil behaviour can be the cause of much anxiety for newly qualified and experienced teachers alike. John Viner offers some words of wisdom in his tips for preventing disruptive behaviour. The vital components in the mix are good lesson planning and effective feedback – get these things right and you fix most of the behaviour
King’s Heath Boys’ College received a ‘satisfactory’ behaviour judgment in 2009 that impacted on its overall grade. Headteacher Bernadette Przybek knew tackling this aspect of school life was vital; she explains how the school moved up to ‘outstanding’ by focusing on attitudes for learning
If you have a child with SEBD in your class, teaching thinking skills might not be top of your list of priorities – but this approach can in fact benefit both behaviour and creativity, as Frances Mills explains