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Adele Bates is a teacher, speaker, writer and educator for students with emotional and behavioural difficulties. She is a TEDx Speaker 2020 and forthcoming author of Miss, I don’t give a sh*t with Sage publishing. With over 17 years’ experience, Adele teaches pupils in a variety of educational settings, and advises on whole school approaches to supporting these students. Find out more about Adele's work as a behaviour and education specialist at Adelebateseducation.co.uk
What can you do if parents or carers aren’t supportive in your approach to their child’s behaviour? Adele Bates suggests ten strategies and ways forward
It's something that fills both teachers and parents or carers with dread: the 'bad behaviour' phone call. How can you best ensure it's a constructive conversation? Adele Bates provides a suggested script
To support a child with attachment difficulties, it's important to understand that not all attachment disorders are the same. Adele Bates explains the three main types of attachment disorder, and provides strategies to help teachers work with and support these pupils
Understanding and supporting pupils with SEMH needs can be a real challenge. Adele Bates shares strategies to support pupils throughout the school day
Everyone has times when pupil behaviour gets to them. Adele Bates identifies five common classroom scenarios and positive ways to tackle them
What can you do to support your staff with challenging behaviour in their classrooms? Adele Bates shares practical strategies for senior and team leaders
Are you a new teacher, returning from leave or in a new school? Follow these tips from behaviour specialist Adele Bates for a positive start with your pupils