A magical tool to improve behaviour (with no extra planning needed!)

by | Mar 22, 2021 | Behaviour, Classroom Practice, Inclusion, Pupils, Wellbeing | 2 comments

A magical that improves behaviour, and helps all pupils focus on their learning…

YES it is possible.

Watch the vlog to find out how…

For more top tips on behaviour and wellbeing buy my book – “Miss, I don’t give a sh*t” Engaging with Challenging Behaviour in Schools


  1. Jean Gross

    Lovely, Adele. You just make people who watch believe it’s possible to talk about feelings with teenagers. I also like a thumbs up, thumbs down, thumbs sideways quick check in, for secondary students . I’ll share this with the SEAL Community.Thank you

    • Adele Bates

      Thanks Jean – that’s so good to hear. Yes, there is an art to making talking about feelings with teens ‘not cringe’ 😉


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