The EEF Improving Behaviour guidance report is designed to support senior leaders in primary and secondary schools to make better-informed decisions about their behaviour strategies. It includes a number of practical examples of programmes and approaches that should be helpful in schools and classrooms where behaviour is generally good as where there are problems. This programme will unpick the evidence that has informed the report and provide case studies and implementation guidance to improve behaviour in schools.
Audience : Headteachers, senior leaders, heads of department or key stages, middle leaders and classroom teachers from primary, secondary and special schools.
Dates : 21 April, 20 May and 7 July (all 3 dates must be attended)
Times : 9.30am – 3.30pm
Cost : £295 including lunch & refreshments
Facilitated by : Phil Brooke, Lead of the Alexandra Park Associate Research School and Headteacher of Alexandra Park Primary School
TO BOOK : To book your place please email Rachel Swann at Aspirer via firstname.lastname@example.org