Behaviour, books and broken legs

by | Mar 15, 2021 | Behaviour, Classroom Practice, Inclusion, Leadership, News, SEMH, Teenagers, Wellbeing | 0 comments

Photo by Lacie Slezak on Unsplash

Delighted to be interviewed by Paul and Greg over at The Brick in the Wall Podcast. We discussed:

  • Behaviour – for different types of pupils during a Global Pandemic
  • Safeguarding and disclosures in 2020-2021
  • Building in self-regulation in lessons – to increase learning
  • New relationships with Parents and Carers
  • Supporting staff with CPD Behaviour training– when they don’t want to hear it
  • Different personalities in teachers and how they deal with behaviour
  • School Leader perspectives of managing behaviour schoolwide
  • Inclusion and behaviour
  • Representation in leadership – and how it affects behaviour policy
  • Systemic issues with intervention
  • A confession


Listen here – approx. listening time: 50mins S3E1: Behaviour, books and broken legs

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