Effective behaviour leadership and management is central to tackling poor behaviour in the classroom. All staff need training to minimise the impact of low level disruption.

This training aims to equip all staff with the practical tools needed to promote positive behaviour, tackle incidents of poor behaviour and minimise the impact of low level disruption on learning.

Aims and outcomes

  • Promote positive behaviours: learn strategies for teaching positive behaviours for learning and developing an effective classroom environment.
  • Deal with low level disruption: explore how to tackle inappropriate behaviour while not disrupting the lesson flow.
  • Manage your own behaviour: examine the impact of your behaviour on the behaviour of those around you, and modify your behaviour to suit.

Course content

  • Unit 1: Promoting positive behaviour for learning
    • Unit 2: Responding effectively to low-level disruption


      Steve Baker is a freelance behaviour and attendance consultant, with bases in North Wales and West Yorkshire. Following a career in drama teaching, he worked for Wakefield LA and then the National Strategies. He is now a senior trainer with...