Session D: Behaviour Management Training

We have unrivalled experience and expertise in the use of behaviour tracking data for improving behaviour management so naturally most of our training provision focusses on the use of behaviour tracking systems, in particular Sleuth. However, we provide training and advice on many aspects of behaviour management for all schools, not just those using Sleuth. These sessions use our experiences of working with hundreds of schools to develop effective systems and policies to manage behaviour.

If your school use Sleuth we can prepare workshop material based on actual situations and behaviours faced by staff in the school. We can use the Sleuth behaviour data to evaluate existing policy and analyse behaviour, its triggers and the impact of existing interventions. We can also demonstrate how to use Sleuth to develop and monitor strategies to show evidence of improvement.

See Training Costs for price and booking details for Session D.


# Task Time Personnel What’s Covered
D.1 Whole School
Behaviour Management
4.0 hours Middle Leaders
Senior Leaders
A workshop for school leaders looking to review existing policy or launch a new behaviour for learning policy.

The dynamic relationship between policy and practice is critical to an effective whole school approach to behaviour. A clear policy that staff understand and apply consistently in practice leads to improved communication between colleagues and a collaborative team approach to managing behaviour.

This workshop explores the challenges of putting in place a whole school behaviour policy and its effective ongoing management.

  • To consider the aims of a whole school approach to behaviour in conjunction with the wider ethos, values and culture of the school
  • To develop a clear and systematic whole school approach to behaviour approach
  • To identify a clear set of criteria to measure success and identify areas for development
  • To establish a clear management hierarchy with defined roles and responsibilities for staff and students
  • To establish systems to identify and support and mentor staff and students
D.2 Classroom Management 4.0 hours Staff
Middle Leaders
Recent research and our own analysis of behaviour data from hundreds of schools indicates that the biggest problem facing classroom teachers is low-level disruption. This workshop is designed to build a clear systematic approach to behaviour management in class and looks at a range of practical strategies to address low-level disruption and reinforce pro-social behaviour.
  • Understanding disruptive behaviour: its triggers and the needs of young people
  • Developing a tool kit: practical and proactive strategies for dealing with low level disruption
  • Developing systems: a systematic and objective approach to classroom management
  • Improving Relationships: skills to develop and maintain good staff/student relationships
  • Self-Evaluation: monitoring the impact of the learning environment on student behaviour