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Creating a Culture of Positive Behaviours and Attitudes - A coaching solution that fosters self-esteem, self-belief and a culture of co-operative learning

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Creating a Culture of Positive Behaviours and Attitudes – coaching for self-esteem and self-belief

This course is delivered as a live webinar either as:

two morning sessions from 10.00 until 12.30 over two weeks or

as twilight sessions from 16.00 until 18.30 over two weeks.

 

The intervening week provides those who attend with time in between the sessions to reflect, share and practise coaching.

How will this course benefit you?

Learn how to use coaching techniques, Growth Mindset theory and specific pedagogical skills to develop pupil confidence and self - esteem that will work towards eliminating both low level and more extreme behaviour issues in your school. We look at how to ensure there is a consistent and zero-tolerance attitude to poor behaviour, bullying and other issues that have a detrimental effect on learning and well-being in school.

What will be covered in the course?

  • Reflect on the reasons why pupils misbehave and how currently this is dealt with
  • Focus on coaching skills and how their role in positive classroom behaviour
  • Look at Growth Mindset theory and its link to positive behaviour management
  • Define the strategies that build self-esteem, self-belief and eliminate poor behaviour
  • Learn some of the techniques linked to coaching and Growth Mindset that work

Who is the course for?

Pastoral leaders and year heads who will learn some of the coaching skills and techniques that will support pupils towards heightened self-awareness and a shared responsibility for others.

Leaders and managers who want to plan how to create a behaviour strategy for their school where the training can be cascaded to teachers and other staff back in school.

All teachers who would like to develop a range of techniques that will support improved behaviour and enhance classroom management.

NQTs and recently qualified teachers who would benefit from an opportunity to reflect on their current success with behaviour issues and learn some highly effective techniques to support them as they grow in their role.

Prices:

First Delegate:

£295 +VAT

Second or Subsequent Delegate Price:

£245 +VAT

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  •  "The trainer was wonderful. Very friendly and informative, a really good day" Teacher from a school in Cardiff
  • "An enjoyable, reflective day.  Extremely good materials and practical ideas, to use coaching to help pupils and staff to learn from their behaviour and move forward".  Cover teacher from a school in Manchester 
  • "Very enriching. I have gained a wealth of knowledge from today. Great handouts and new information to take back to school".  Member of Pastoral team from Academy in London 
  • "A very thought provoking day - good to have time to reflect". Teacher from a school in Bolton 
  • "This was an amazing day.  Thoroughly enjoyed it and came away with loads of ideas - definitely a course to go on!". Head of KS3 from Cambridge
  • "Very thought provoking - this will make me consider and reflect my own practice and how I approach staff and students". Assistant Head from a school in Birmingham

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  •  "The trainer was wonderful. Very friendly and informative, a really good day" Teacher from a school in Cardiff
  • "An enjoyable, reflective day.  Extremely good materials and practical ideas, to use coaching to help pupils and staff to learn from their behaviour and move forward".  Cover teacher from a school in Manchester 
  • "Very enriching. I have gained a wealth of knowledge from today. Great handouts and new information to take back to school".  Member of Pastoral team from Academy in London 
  • "A very thought provoking day - good to have time to reflect". Teacher from a school in Bolton 
  • "This was an amazing day.  Thoroughly enjoyed it and came away with loads of ideas - definitely a course to go on!". Head of KS3 from Cambridge
  • "Very thought provoking - this will make me consider and reflect my own practice and how I approach staff and students". Assistant Head from a school in Birmingham
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