Leading On - Implementing behaviour recommendations and communicating with parents

In June, the DfE put out a call for evidence on behaviour in schools, exploring how schools implement behaviour strategies effectively and different ways of creating a climate for learning.

We are expecting the outcomes of the Secretary of State’s research into behaviour in schools to be published in the autumn term. 

This webinar will outline the findings of that report and its implications for school leaders. It will also cover alternative views on behavior policies and learning cultures, including case studies from successful schools, and offer practical advice on how to implement successful, inclusive, and sustainable behaviour policies.

Participants will: 

  • understand the key recommendations from the behaviour report
  • explore different approaches to behaviour management and school culture
  • leave with practical strategies to implement in school
There will also be the opportunity to ask questions and share ideas with other attendees.

The following roles in the primary, secondary, post-16/FE, and all-through phases and MATS and SATs:

  • Deputy Head/Vice Principal
  • Assistant Head/Assistant Principal
  • Aspiring leaders
  • Middle leaders/HODs/Subject Specialists

To attend this webinar live, you will need to ensure you have access to a computer or device that meets the Zoom system requirements.

If you cannot attend live you will receive a copy of the recording, links to any resources discussed, and the opportunity to submit questions.

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Tom Middlehurst

Curriculum and Inspection Specialist

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