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Behaviour for learning: strategies (primary)

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Last updated on 13 July 2017
School types: Maintained, Academy, Independent · School phases: Primary
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How can schools promote behaviour for learning? We look at the strategies three primary schools use 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.

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  1. 1 Examples from school policies
  2. 2 Resources from SEAL framework
  3. 3 Restorative approaches

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