Tackling age-old problems

Behaviour in schools has changed over the years but dealing with it remains an age-old problem that all have responsibility for when working in schools. The pressures and stresses on young people, schools, and staff members seems to shift with every season that passes. With these changes comes the challenge of

Consultation seeks views on mobile phone use in schools

Teachers, parents and other staff are being asked for their views and policies on the use of mobile phones in schools as one of a number of areas being looked at as part of a review of behaviour in schools. Other areas include managing good behavior, discipline, suspensions and permanent exclusions

First 22 lead schools for DfE’s £10m ‘behaviour hubs’ project revealed

The first lead schools for the Department for Education’s (DfE) £10m new ‘behaviour hubs’ project have been revealed with heads and behaviour leads from some of England’s highest performing schools and Multi Academy Trusts (MATs) confirmed as mentors and trainers. The programme has so far seen 22 schools and two multi