Discover effective approaches to improve pupil behaviour in your classroom and across the whole school. “Challenging Pupil Behaviour and How to Overcome it” is a new INSET Day from TT Education, School Improvement Provider of the Year. The training identifies why children often react in particular ways and how to support them to become reflective, happy learners who work together within the whole-school vision. Our INSET days are available in-school, via livestream, or delivered with a blend of an on-demand recorded training course (of your choice) followed by time with our consultant in person or via a live link.
In a climate of inclusivity, it is essential that we develop strategies that prevent challenging behaviours from disrupting others.
“Challenging Behaviour And How To Overcome It” is a new INSET Day that will help you to understand the causes of disruptive behaviour. The course introduces proven strategies for managing these behaviours in a consistent, positive and effective way. We will explore how to manage both persistent low-level disruption and more extreme behaviours, with proven approaches to use in the classroom and across the school. This informative course covers the following:
Audience: Infant, Junior and Primary schools
One of our experienced consultants would be happy to come to your school to deliver this INSET training.
Our INSET price varies depending on the number of staff attending. You may choose to open the training up to your Teaching Assistants and have a whole staff training experience. Or, you may wish to aim the training simply at your teaching staff.
Whatever you choose, we would ensure that our training targets all staff attending and that your staff receive an inspiring and engaging session. Please fill out the enquiry form below if you wish to find out more and receive a quote.
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