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The effective use of support to promote positive behaviour and regular attendance

Publication date:
Aug 2005
Ref:
1753-2005
Audience:
Attendance lead, B&A strategic lead, Deputy headteacher, Headteacher, Inclusion staff, Leading teacher
Function:
Continuing professional development (CPD), Guidance, Training, Training materials
Format:
Training guide

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These professional development materials form part of the Behaviour and Attendance pilot. They aim to:

  • explore the nature of support in the classroom
  • explore how support can be used when working with children who need additional help to develop their social, emotional and behavioural skills, or to improve their attendance
  • develop an understanding of the structures and skills required when supporting a colleague and children in the classroom
  • explore methods of communication and joint planning.

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