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Chemical and material behaviour

Science teachers can find out how this strand develops pupils' understanding of chemical and material behaviour within the Framework for secondary science. Learning is focused by three substrands: 'Particle models', 'Chemical reactions' and 'Patterns in ...

Attitudes, aspirations, behaviour and attendance

Find out about behaviours and characteristics in children who may be at risk of underachieving. Use these questions to evaluate your current practice and consider the suggested approaches to develop areas that need improvement. This is part of ‘Moving ...

Element 4: Securing behaviour and attendance

Senior leaders can use the Quality Standards to benchmark current practice in Securing behaviour and attendance, and reduce underperformance and in-school variation. Find examples of good practice, self-assessment exercises and professional development ...

Behaviour data: Responsibilities

School leaders can use this resource with colleagues, learners and parents/carers to evaluate the efficiency of current data-collection processes, as well as responsibilities for different types of data. Effective analysis and use of data can help ...

Element 4: Securing Behaviour and Attendance

Use the Quality Standards to benchmark current practice in securing behaviour and attendance and reduce underperformance and in-school variation. Find examples of good practice, self-assessment exercises and professional development materials to help ...

Creating opportunities that improve behaviour

Find out why learners’ readiness to learn is reliant on a safe environment, how to identify opportunities for teaching social and emotional skills, and how you can use school routines to create further opportunities. Establishing a positive whole-school ...

Developing positive learning behaviours in a Lincoln junior school

This case study looks at how one school developed positive learning behaviours by addressing social and emotional aspects of learning to improve attendance and raise standards. It includes what was done, the impact and next steps. Improving learning and ...

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

This publication accompanies the e-learning course IDP: Supporting children with Behavioural, Emotional and Social Difficulties – Guidance for practitioners in the EYFS. It will help practitioners, teachers, managers and leaders working within the EYFS ...

Anxious behaviour

What might this look like?
A child who can be reluctant to get involved in activities, quick to take offence or express feeling left out socially.
What might we do?

Observe, note and discuss with mothers, fathers and carers the ...

The behaviour and attendance action plan toolkit: Unit 6 – Classroom behaviour (CD)

Unit 6 of the behaviour and attendance action plan toolkit, which contains 3 documents: guidance for parents; guidance for including pupils in the implementation of good behaviour; and guidance for classroom staff. This toolkit seeks to support a proactive school approach to teaching behaviour for learning by raising the profile and making explicit the link between positive behaviour and learning.

The National Strategies Last update: 2011