Our topic of the week is Behaviour around the site.
Often, teachers concentrate on getting the behaviour management sorted in their classrooms and the behaviour around the site is left to a few people.
In Pivotal Education anonymous surveys, 80% of staff say they intervene only sometimes or rarely to adjust behaviour in the corridor – 20% say they stop every time.
Really dramatic change can be created when the whole school or college staff take up the collective responsibility for behavoiur around the whole site.
Pupils often report they feel safe and secure in classrooms but around the site they feel the most vulnerable. So how can we get those 80% of staff to intervene with behaviour but not spend all their time on it when out of the classroom?
You don’t actually need to stop, unpack the whole incident and come to a full resolution. Sometimes, stopping and making
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