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Ideas for improving lunchtime behaviour

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Last updated on 7 December 2016
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Are there fresh ideas to improve lunchtime behaviour? We look at guidance for midday supervisors for managing behaviour positively. We also include a case study from a teaching school and link to research about reducing boredom for a positive impact on behaviour during the lunch period.

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  1. 1 Approaching behaviour management at lunchtimes
  2. 2 Increasing lunchtime activities
  3. 3 Improving play opportunities
  4. 4 Supporting midday supervisors' development and involvement
  5. 5 Developing a playground ethos

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