In this case study I look at the difficulties involved with catering for pupils with the most challenging behaviour.
In this guest post Viv Cohen Papier talks about what it is about teaching pupils with SEMH that a PRU teacher loves.
Last month I was interviewed by the fabulous Craig Barton. He asked me some of my favourite questions to date, including “what is your biggest failure?” and “what is your favourite number?”
Last month I was a guest interviewer on the Behaviour Bites Podcast and invited to speak on Behaviour and Complex Trauma. At the end of the interview I was asked for my top tips on behaviour.
Optimus Education invited me to lay out how we can best support young people who are dealing with trauma, abuse, neglect, mental health issues in our schools.
In this guest post, I asked Reena Patel to talk about how we can understand more, from a trainee’s perspective, about how trainees currently experience behaviour training.
I recently got invited to contribute to #Eduteachertips channel on youtube, curated by Sarah Mullin, author of What they didn’t teach me on my PGCE.
I was asked to share a top tip for teachers and trainee teachers.
I was recently asked to write on this topic for Optimus Education. Here is the opening extract, the full article is on the Optimus Education website.
What is SEMH? How do we differentiate for them? What is it like to have EBD – and why can’t they just follow instructions and behave? In this post I look at ways of understanding and supporting SEMH pupils.
This week I was invited to host a live webinar for the members of The Adopter Hub on Homeschooling for children with additional Behavioural Needs – during lockdown Covid19. This blog post outlines the main points we covered.