How to support TAs with behaviour in your school

by | Oct 28, 2021 | Behaviour, Classroom Practice, Leadership, News | 0 comments

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This month I fulfilled a career goal!

My latest TES article made it to print! “How to help teaching assistants handle poor behaviour” Thanks to the friendly chap in WHSmiths who got excited with me!

The article shares useful strategies and practices for school leaders to support Teaching Assistants (LSAs etc.) with behaviour in our schools.

You can read the online version of the article here

To accompany this, a great read is my previous article – Who teaches your most challenging pupils?

Engage with challenging behaviour in your school and support staff effectively;

For Teaching
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