Winter time Behaviour tip

by | Dec 7, 2020 | Behaviour, Classroom Practice | 0 comments

It’s dark when you’re leaving in the morning, it’s dark when you’re leaving school in the afternoon

You’ve found yourself accidentally volunteering for the wintertime concert/old people’s food drop/online carol service,

You haven’t covered half of the curriculum content you were planning on –

And the kids have gone absolutely wappy by now.

November and December can be a time when behaviour slips – even on the best of years, let alone 2020.

There are some really simple strategies that you can put in place

– even on those very last video/DVD/downloaded days…

That will help you now and when you return in the New Year.

This video shares my number one Wintertime top tip  –


Watch here to find out more:

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