Behaviour for Learning


A toolkit of outstanding behaviour management for busy teachers everywhere
About this course

All our workshops are constantly updated to reflect the current - and ever-changing - circumstances in all schools relating to Covid-19.


What are the approaches to behaviour management that really work?

Why are checklists critical to effective behaviour management within an individual classroom?

What practices should be avoided?

This innovative course contains straight-talking, myth-busting, back-to-basics, step-by-step common sense from start to finish. It is a no-holds-barred look at why lessons go wrong and what we can do about it today. Expect an honest appraisal of the strategies that hold us back and an easy-to-apply antidote to the jargon that we all know just doesn’t work! Practical with a capital P and brimming with pragmatism - the definitive disciplined approach is for every teacher who loves their subject and wants to teach free from disruption.


All our 3-hour online workshops include: 
  • practical classroom-ready ideas and resources
  • small group size to facilitate interaction and full engagement
  • group/pair work and discussion with the tutor
  • pdf of the course booklet 

Course Outcomes:
  • Gain confidence and acquire strategies for starting afresh with difficult classes / pupils
  • Analyse where and why lessons go wrong and pre-empt problems before they start
  • Develop skills in dealing with the ‘problem’ class and the ‘problem’ individuals effectively and consistently
  • Ensure sanctions are manageable and have the desired impact every time
Course Outline:
Why Routines Matter

The things you’ve been told to do that DON’T work

The things you’ve been told NOT to do that actually DO work

The mistakes to avoid and the advice to ignore

The habits to develop in light of the disciplined approach

C.A.S.H in the Classroom

Being clear about your expectations every lesson

Being assertive around school every day

Being systematic in everything you teach without fail

Being human but never a pushover! Relationships count

But I’ve Been Told...

Dubious teaching methods to avoid

What inspectors actually say about effective teaching

Why good discipline and behaviour is the foundation for good learning

Your next steps in mastering behaviour management – putting the disciplined approach into practice

Wendy Imperato

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029 2071 1787
Mary Chapman

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+44 (0)29 2071 1787

“The session was entirely helpful, supportive and practical. I left feeling empowered and thankfully, with a sense of my own professionalism strengthened rather than undermined. Very useful ideas, suggested and explained.”

Head of Department , Bedford Modern School

A thoroughly enjoyable and informative course with a superb course lead in Dr Bethany Kelly. The course content was superb and has given me many things I intend to take back to school and implement with other staff. Thank you once again!

Head of School , Oxclose Community Academy

Excellent course content. Able to have time to reflect and ask questions for each stage. The advice and strategies shared were very realistic and related to a teacher's life in school now - which was absolutely ideal. Thank you!

Teacher , Winton Primary School

Very useful, practical strategies which I will take away with me. Clearly experienced trainer with a wealth of knowledge. Enjoyable and useful day!!!

Teacher , Jarrow School

An extremely useful course, providing exemplary strategies and techniques to handle behaviour issues. The trainer was wonderful and it was an excellent day.

Cover Supervisor , The Green School

Trainer was engaging and enthusiastic. I really liked that we were shown videos related to everything we were being told - it put everything into context. Really enjoyed it and I gained valuable info that I will apply in class.

Sixth Form Learning Mentor , Slough & Eton Business and Enterprise College

The course was very hands-on and offered great practical solutions and advice in dealing with low-level disruption. I like the pre-emptive approach as it empowers you to think you can enter the room armed with methods to ensure a good working environment. Steve was very helpful and positive.

Teacher , Kingswood Preparatory School