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School self-evaluation of behaviour

School leaders and teachers can find out how highlighting good practice in behaviour management throughout the whole school self-evaluation form (SEF) is important. Find two tools to identify a school's strengths and measure the impact of intervention. ...

Effective monitoring of behaviour

School leaders can review their current behaviour monitoring systems using a self-review sheet, and consider ways to collect information from learners by building opportunities in the school routine. Effective analysis and use of data can help schools ...

Securing behaviour and attendance: Quality Standards

Senior leaders can find the Quality Standards for securing positive behaviour and attendance, and a self-assessment tool to help their school review and improve current practice. This is part of Securing behaviour and attendance, which is one of the ...

Self-assessment tool for securing positive behaviour and attendance

Senior leaders can use this self-assessment tool to help them review and improve current practice in securing positive behaviour and attendance, and identify development needs. This is part of Securing Behaviour and Attendance, which is one of five ...

SENCO/behaviour coordinator

In what ways do you use your setting's induction process to help new practitioners to understand the setting's inclusive approach to children with behavioural, emotional and social difficulties?
In what ways do you regularly share ...

The learning journey for 'Chemical and material behaviour'

Science teachers can find out more about the relationship between the three substrands of 'Chemical and material behaviour', with the order in which they should be taught.

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Inclusion Development Programme: Supporting children with Behavioural, Emotional and Social Difficulties – Guidance for practitioners in the Early Years Foundation Stage

This publication is the third set of guidance in the Inclusion Development Programme (IDP) series. It focuses on supporting all children to develop behavioural, emotional and social skills (BESD), thus avoiding later difficulties in learning and ...

Securing behaviour and attendance overview

Senior leaders can see how to focus aspects of promoting positive behaviour and attendance while underpinning a holistic approach using the self-review framework. This is one of the five elements of Secondary Stronger Management Systems (SMS).

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Science teaching unit – the biological basis of behaviour

This teaching sequence is designed for Key Stage 4. The aim is for pupils to draw on their existing knowledge to develop a biological understanding of behaviour which can be used to explain biological concepts such as homeostasis, survival and natural ...

Organisms, behaviour and health

Science teachers can find out how this strand develops pupils' understanding of fundamental concepts through three substrands: 'Life processes'; 'Variation and interdependence'; and 'Behaviour' within the Framework for secondary science.

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