This involves a senior member of Aspire working with a school’s behaviour lead and/or Headteacher, beginning with a ‘behaviour learning walk’, leading to a bespoke programme, co-designed with the school, potentially looking at behaviour policy and procedure, inclusion and whole school culture.
An in-depth scrutiny (one or two days) of - A school’s Inclusion Unit - Behaviour Policy and Procedure - Involving interviews with staff and students, leading to a report outlining Observations and potential areas for development.
We can create course specially designed for your needs. Whether you need individual support of whole staff training, we can create a professional development package to meet your organisation's specific needs.
Teacher Professional Development
CPD will be tailored to the needs and context of the school and will be delivered in a way to suit the school or school cluster. CPD Training packages include: - The Behaviour for Learning Programme - Behaviour Management for NQTs/ITTs - Restorative Practice in Schools (7 sessions) - SEND - Leadership of Behaviour and SEND - Developing Emotional Skills within the School Culture
Behaviour Management Conferences
Our conferences aim to bring together the latest thinking and practice from leading behaviour management experts. We ensure delegates gain learning ‘take-away’ ideas to implement in your school on developing positive relationships.
BEHAVIOUR MANAGEMENT TRAINING CONFERENCE
‘KICKING OFF’ LAUNCH CONFERENCE
Wednesday 22nd November 2017
|13:30 – 13:45||Arrival, registration, refreshment
|13:45 – 14:00||Welcome and Context (Sarah Holding, Aspire Learning Alliance Lead & Debra Rutley, Aspire Headteacher)
|14:00 – 15:00||Session 1; ‘Take away’ tips for training ; supporting staff that are struggling with behaviour, and helping those new to the profession (Sue Cowley)
|15:00 – 15:15||Break
|15:15 – 16:15||Session 2; Challenging common perceptions and beliefs regarding traditional approaches to behaviour management - exploring how we can move on from 'managing' behaviour to changing it (Sue Cowley)
|16:15 – 16:30||Q & A
Sue Cowley is the best-selling author of numerous teaching books, including the international best seller ‘Getting the Buggers to Behave’, ‘The Guerrilla Guide to Teaching’ and ‘How to Survive your First Year in Teaching’. She has been a contributor to a variety of educational magazines, including the TES, and has provided training for a wide range of organisations. Sue has been called to appear before the Education Select Committee for education, as an expert witness on behaviour.
Additional Extra ……..
Sue Cowley is staying on to present at Buckinghamshire’s inaugural #WomenEd# Leadmeet from
5-7pm on ‘inclusion’. This is a free event. Please stay or come along to this event. More details can be found at https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/womened-leadmeet-tickets-39175679512