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Behaviour Management

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positive and constructive approach is usually the best way to guide your child’s behaviour. This means giving your child attention when he behaves well, rather than just punishing him when he does something you don’t like.

It’s normal for children to behave in challenging ways at different stages and in particular situations. So, trying to understand your child’s behaviour is an important step in managing it. This way you can choose a reliable behaviour management option that’s well matched to the causes of your child’s behaviour.

Jon Richards, UNISON’s head of education (cited in Bennett, 2015a), notes a few simple truths about children’s behaviour:

  • Everyone experiences difficult behaviour at school
  • Children, like all people, can be selfish, cruel, kind and amazing
  • It isn’t your fault if they misbehave, but it is your responsibility to act if they do
  • Most students will be happy to abide by rules that are fair, consistent and proportionate
  • Almost all students prefer to be in a school where the adults take behaviour seriously.

(Bennett, 2015a)

Behaviour management in the classroom

Behaviour management is important in the classroom. It creates an appropriate environment for learning to take place. If there are clear boundaries then children are enabled to develop positive behaviour, such as respect, towards each other. Behaviour management also supports learning in a safe and calm environment.

Our expert panel has decades of experience in the school setting and knows exactly how to create safe and orderly learning environment. We have partnered with psychologists, school Principals and Sub School Leaders who can help you adopt research- based behaviour management strategies to create a stimulating, positive and respectful learning environment.

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