South West Behaviour Conference: Behind the Behaviour takes place next week!

06 November 2017

"This conference will get to grips with what works and what doesn™t by providing best practice case studies, proven strategies and tried and tested techniques that you can take straight back into your school."

‹Standards of behaviour remain a significant challenge for many schools and the number of exclusions in the South West shows the upward trend which mirrors the national picture. As clarified in the government™s independent review into behaviour in schools earlier in 2017, we now have evidence to show that the biggest positive impact on managing behaviour is to create a culture that maximises the learning and experience of all pupils. Fundamental to this is the ability to see beyond the behaviour and to understand the root causes.

What will delegates gain from attending?

¢An overview of the best practice, case studies, and practice in outstanding behaviour management
¢Tried and tested techniques to defuse situations in an instant
¢Opportunities to clarify proven strategies to boost attendance and punctuality
¢Methods to develop and communicate collaborative whole-school behaviour plans
¢Practical and interactive methods to sustain behaviour improvements
¢Invaluable opportunity to network and share best practice with peers

Delegates will also explore other factors which impact on the social, emotional and mental health needs of pupils through a range of workshops including; Domestic Violence and Abuse, Attachment and Relationships, Restorative Approaches,Self-Harm and Anxiety and Creating Successful Behavioural Plans.

Who should attend the South West Behaviour Conference?

This conference is designed for staff working directly with children and young people. In particular we would encourage Headteachers, Senior Leaders, Educational Psychologist, Teachers, Pastoral Leaders, SENCOs, HLTAs and Teaching Assistants from primary and secondary phases to attend this event.

Key note speakers at this conference include our authors, Nina Jackson and Jarlath O™Brien.

Click here for more information on the event.



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