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Behaviour Management

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Stage approach to behavior management

The issue is

Approaches to behavior management

|Response                     |School Staff                                                     |Class Teacher                                   |
|Preventative                 |Whole – School positive management policy, setting out school’s |Classroom management skills                     |
|                             |philosophy and organization                                     |                                               |
|Reactive                     |Whole – School support for approaches with individual pupils     |Approaches with individual pupils               |

    • School
    • Teacher
    • Pupil
    • Parents

The behavior policy should set out clear processes that enable staff to respond to pupil behavior concerns and communicate these concerns appropriately. This information can then be used to help decide on the best approach to take in supporting the pupil. A possible model for use as the basis for initial development work in behavior management is shown below

Model of behavior management policy


The issue is resolved amicably, to help the child, follow up done.

Progress insufficient; parents invited to discuss with Head academics for further guidance, Head decides with the parents and Principal.

Stage Three

Refers to Head of Academics/councellor

Principal gets the concern at lack of progress pupil   is making, communicates   to the Counsellor,again if the corrective steps do not get the desired   result.

Stage Two

Issue is intervened upon and a path to solution is sent across and followed up from the Counsellor Principal and teacher.

Principal receives referral and counsels pupil/If a difficult case it is escalated to...


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