Auditing behaviourWhat evidence should schools use when auditing behaviour? This article includes KeyDoc templates for gathering evidence during a behaviour audit and for reporting findings. One of our experts suggests factors to consider when auditing behaviour and we include examples of audits from schools.
Behaviour for learning: strategies (primary)How can schools promote behaviour for learning? We look at the strategy a primary school uses to encourage behaviour for learning. You will also find guidance on using social and emotional aspects of learning (SEAL), restorative approaches and high-quality teaching to improve behaviour.
Behaviour logs: examples (primary)Are there examples of behaviour logs from primary schools? We look at paper-based behaviour logs from primary schools, a local authority and TES. We also point to another article which looks at using electronic systems to monitor behaviour across the school.
Behaviour management: pupils with emotional and learning needsHow can we manage the behaviour of pupils with emotional and learning needs? This article features case studies and videos that outline how schools are addressing challenging behaviour. It also looks at some psychological perspectives on behaviour management.
Behaviour management toolkitsHave a look at toolkits for managing pupil behaviour, including toolkits that support classroom management and teacher training.
Behaviour plans for pupilsUpdatedDownload our template of an individual behaviour plan. Plus, see examples as well as guidance on writing behaviour plans.
Behaviour policy: staff quizzesDownload our quizzes to check whether your staff understand your school's approach to behaviour and can apply your policy consistently.
Charlie Taylor's behaviour checklistsIs there information about Charlie Taylor's behaviour checklists? We set out guidance from the government's former behaviour adviser on creating a behaviour checklist. This article also features video case studies and checklists from schools that have used this behaviour management technique.
Improving lunchtime behaviourHow can we improve pupils' lunchtime behaviour? We look at guidance for midday supervisors on managing pupils' behaviour positively. You will also find a case study and research on lunchtime activities, and information about training for midday supervisors.
Improving sixth form attendance and behaviourHow can standards of behaviour and attendance in sixth forms be improved? This article cites advice from one of our associate education experts on improving attendance and behaviour in sixth forms. It also features a case study from a sixth form that has improved students' attendance.
Monitoring behaviour in school: formDownload our proforma to help you monitor pupil behaviour inside and outside the classroom – it's got descriptions of what 'good' and 'outstanding' behaviour should look like.
Physical restraint trainingAlthough there's no legal requirement for staff to have training in physical restraint, they should be trained if they may need to restrain pupils. Read on for more information on recommended practice and choosing a provider.
Pupil behaviour observation formsAre there forms to use to record the behaviour of a pupil? We link to proformas for monitoring the behaviour of an individual pupil from a school and LAs. You will also find a downloadable proforma for monitoring behaviour across the school.
Restorative approaches in schools: guidance, videos and policiesHow can schools use restorative approaches to conflict resolution? We link to guidance on restorative justice and peer mediation from the DfE and the Restorative Justice Council, as well as videos from Teachers TV. We also include restorative justice policies from primary and secondary schools.
Software packages for monitoring pupil behaviourAre there any software packages for monitoring pupil behaviour? In this article, we link to software packages that schools can use to monitor pupil behaviour. Some of these systems can also be used for tracking progress and attendance and for viewing data on special educational needs.
Supporting pupils with challenging behaviourIs there guidance on supporting pupils with challenging behaviour? We relay guidance on identifying the underlying needs of a pupil with challenging behaviour and conducting a functional assessment. You will also find information on developing a support plan, as well as examples and templates.