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Consequence ladders for behaviour: examples and advice

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Last updated on 21 August 2017
School types: All · School phases: All
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Are there examples of schools using behaviour consequence ladders? This article looks primary and secondary schools that use a 'consequence ladder' approach to behaviour management. We also relay advice on resetting pupils' levels on the ladder each new school year.

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Contents

  1. 1 Primary school examples
  2. 2 Secondary school examples
  3. 3 Video: using stepped consequences
  4. 4 Should systems be reset each year?

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  • 1 video
  • 6 external links

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