Behaviour Management

Wednesday 26 Feb 2020
IBIS, ILEC Conference Centre, London
Create a whole-school approach to behaviour that is pro-active and takes into account the factors affecting individual children.

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Why is this conference relevant?

The importance of effective behaviour management, and the differing strategies that successful schools are using, has garnered much media coverage recently. It is important for schools to be aware of what these strategies actually encompass in order  to empower them to choose the best fit for their setting.

This conference will provide practical management strategies that can be put into place while promoting the importance of a whole-school approach to behaviour.

We will also be providing a greater understanding of what effective inclusion actually looks like, and what needs to be put in to practice to make this a working reality.

What can I expect?

Full programme to be announced soon. You can expect in-depth keynotes with leading experts and a choice of workshops including:

  • the importance of positive teacher and support-staff behaviours and the impact they have on the behaviour of children
  • parental engagement and support
  • a look at the benefits of employing an inclusive behaviour management strategy to support all children
  • clarifying the recommendations of the EEF report ‘Improving Behaviour in Schools’
  • the impact of having a clear and consistent behavioural policy
  • age specific workshops and strategies to help manage low-level disruption and reinforce positive behaviours
  • looking at the use of social emotional learning.

Who should attend?

  • Headteachers
  • Assistant Headteachers
  • Members of SLT
  • Behaviour leads
  • Mental Health and Wellbeing Leads
  • Pastoral Support Officers
  • Inclusion Lead

What our previous delegates have said 

'Thoroughly informative. Behaviour is a highly contentious issue and the speakers made their journeys sound achievable' Inclusion Manager

'A good opportunity to reflect and assess current practice' Head of Lower School

'Extremely thought provoking and showed it’s not magic, it’s just about being caring!' Assisstant Headteacher