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“I have been using BehaviourOnline with students throughout the term with great success. It gets across important points about their behaviour and attitudes.”

Francis Johnson,
Gladesmore School,
London (8th Dec 2018)

29 Oct 2009

18/03/10: LEEDS: Positive Management of Challenging and Obstructive Behaviours

Positive Management of Challenging and Obstructive Behaviours

Other Dates:
Thu 04/02/10 London Grange Holborn Hotel £215 + VAT
Thu 18/03/10 Leeds The Queens Hotel, Leeds £215 + VAT

Outcomes: The course will allow delegates to share and develop practical strategies for improving student behaviour and reduce dependency on referring to more senior colleagues. The programme will have a practical participatory theme and will include presentations by the trainer, syndicate work and practical exercises - and will be informal with a strong emphasis on finding realistic and workable solutions.

Tutor: Jim Castle

Jim Castle started teaching in East London and has been working in mainstream secondaries, special schools, colleges and Pupil Referral Units for 29 years, the last 20 of which have been in PRUs.

OfSTED said their following about Jim and his school "..he is a working PRU headteacher... behaviour is excellen... good discipline achieved apparently effortlessly". In 2008 OfSTED rated his PRU as Outstanding across all 5 SEF categories. The report also mentioned that his institution was "outstandingly effective in transforming the lives of its students" and "the key factor in the Centre's success lies in the visionary leadership of the headteacher."

Jim was invited to join the Government's Practitioners Group advising officials and ministers on drafting the Guidance on Out of School learning and his Centre was also recently visited by the Cabinet Office Delivery Unit researching good practice for the White Paper. He was also was awarded a 'Plato' in the National Teaching Awards - as Special Needs Teacher of the Year for the West of England. The judges said they were "in awe of his work ... to watch him working with his students was a privilege. He sets a shining example in motivating disaffected young people."

For more information and to book, contact direct:
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Lighthouse Professional Development Ltd
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Basin Road North
East Sussex
BN41 1UY