“Schools should aim for the highest possible standards of pupil behaviour…Poor behaviour in schools cannot be tolerated. To do so is to harm the interests of pupils, staff and the perpetrators of the bad behaviour”.
Learning Behaviour: Lessons Learned – A review of behaviour standards and practices in our schools, Sir Alan Steer, 2009
Now that Sir Alan Steer’s final report on raising standards of behaviour and discipline in schools has been published it has never been more important to focus on tackling behaviour and attendance in your school. Does your school have clear and consistent policies that are put into practice by every member of staff? Or do you struggle coordinating an effective strategy between the school, pupils and parents?
Attend the Raising Standards in Behaviour and Attendance conference to experience a step by step guide to improving behaviour and attendance in your school.
Click here to see an overview of this event. You can also see details of the day in our conference programme
Comments from last year’s delegates:
“I wanted to take the opportunity to congratulate you on what I believe was one of the best conferences I’ve ever attended. Not only was it well organised, but the speakers were informative and inspirational”.
H. Pallett, Leader of Learning Personal Development & Wellbeing, Pleckgate High School Mathematics & Computing College
“Thank you! This is all very helpful. I enjoyed the conference very much – inspirational”
L. Forbes, Assistant Headteacher, Pershore High School
“A thoroughly useful conference and the workshops were exceptional. Many thanks”
R. Smith, Deputy Headteacher, Kings College for The Arts & Technology
“I really enjoyed the day, the conference was informative and I would highly recommend it”
J. White, Head of Student Services, QEII High School
“Fascinating and will be of particular use to stimulate discussion back in school”
F. Aubrey, Deputy Headteacher, Brampton Manor School