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Specific Behaviour Management in SEND

Address the specific behaviour issues and plan for progress and improvement in behaviour

Inhouse Training Course In-house

This course is only available to be delivered in your school. To find out how we can tailor this course to fit your needs, call our in-house team on 020 8253 8241 to receive a free, no-obligation quote.

If you are looking to attend a course externally, you may be interested in Classroom Management for TAs and Cover Supervisors.


Suitable for: All teachers, middle and senior leaders and all other staff who deal with students with SEND.

Phases suitable for:

  • Primary
  • Secondary
  • Special

Course Reference: 8314WW

Behaviour management is an important issue for all teachers, as poor behaviour can interfere with students’ learning and hinder progress. Teachers of students with SEND face some particular challenges and it is vital that they understand the issues and are able to deal confidently with problems, using effective strategies to help students improve their behaviour and maximise their learning.

  • Explore different types of SEND
  • Explore the specific behaviours students may display
  • Identify the possible reasons behind certain behaviours
  • Develop strategies for managing behaviours
  • Consider ways of setting and monitoring behaviour targets
  • Establish how to use the curriculum to improve behaviour

Sessions

Behaviour issues of students with SEND
  • The range and types of special educational needs students might experience
  • The potential effects on a student’s behaviour
  • Naughty or needy? Reasons behind the behaviours children and young people experience
Managing behaviour positively and planning for improvement
  • Implementing an effective behaviour policy for students with SEND
  • Positive behaviour management for students with SEND – specific issues to consider
  • Your role – the expectations and challenges you face
Behaviour and the curriculum
  • What is a ‘behaviour curriculum’?
  • How to promote good behaviour through the curriculum
  • Assessing and monitoring students’ progress through the curriculum
Physical and emotional aspects of working in a special school
  • Strategies for dealing with aggressive and withdrawn behaviour
  • Developing your own resilience
  • Asking for help when you need it and supporting your colleagues
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