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One of my favourite interviews, a podcast full of practical conversations and strategies about supporting behavioural needs across schools…and a confession…
In this vlog I introduce the Window of Tolerance – and how to use it as a tool for understanding, differentiating and adapting lessons to meet the needs of our pupils with Behaviour needs and SEMH.
In this blog post, I discuss being a panel guest on the Sec Ed Podcast alongside Lucy Emmerson and Michelle O’Niell. You can listen to the Podcast here.
Photo by Taylor Young on UnsplashLast month I got deep into conversation with Alix Robertson from The Centre for Education and Youth, a think and action tank on their podcast The Youth and Education Podcast. In this conversation we explore: The impact of the pandemic...
In this guest post Alexandra talks about how you can support adopted children in your classroom with insights and practical actions.
This blog post is about the importance of routines and boundaries coupled with putting relationships first, connecting before correcting and understanding that all behaviour is communication.
Frederique Lambrakis-Haddad discusses different types of trauma and what we can do to support pupils in these situations.
I am often asked in interviews about the need for rules, boundaries, discipline and consistency, as if the automatic application of these is a bad thing. My answer is always “No, we need them”, but as with everything, context is everything.
You’ve asked what the issue is, you’ve listened, and it just doesn’t match up to what you know. Some children lie, and surely you know best . The child’s not making any sense, they’re attention seeking. What do you do? Believe what’s there – I dare you.