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Comberton Village College Behaviour for Learning Rachel Hawkes “ If you want to go fast, go alone but if you want to go far, go together.” African proverb.

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1 Comberton Village College Behaviour for Learning Rachel Hawkes “ If you want to go fast, go alone but if you want to go far, go together.” African proverb

2 Comberton Village College Behaviour for Learning Rachel Hawkes In 2003/04, Ofsted found that behaviour in 90% of primary schools, and 68% of secondary schools was either excellent or good. Unsatisfactory behaviour was only found in 1% of primary schools and 9% of secondary schools. “The most common forms of misbehaviour are incessant chatter, calling out, inattention and other forms of nuisance that irritate staff and interrupt learning.” Ofsted, The Annual Report of HM’s Chief Inspector of Schools 2003/2004, (February 2005) Mick Brookes, general secretary of the National Association of Head Teachers, said three in 10 teachers leave the profession in the first five years and unruly behaviour was the main cause.

3 Comberton Village College Behaviour for Learning Rachel Hawkes Good behaviour is often a result of… Positive home-school relationships Good relationships Interesting / engaging teaching Teacher reputation Consistent expectations Positive prior experiences Timely interventions High quality senior leadership High expectations

4 Comberton Village College Behaviour for Learning Rachel Hawkes Good behaviour is often a result of…

5 Comberton Village College Behaviour for Learning Most social, emotional and behavioural skills are learned. Behaviour for Learning might then be viewed as a set of learned behaviours or skills, dependent on a set of three relationships experienced by every learner. These are:  · the relationship with themselves (how they feel about themselves and their self confidence as a learner);  · relationship with others (how they interact socially and academically with all others in their class and school);  · relationship with the curriculum (how accessible they feel a lesson is, how best they think they learn). Rachel Hawkes What is ‘Behaviour for Learning’? Adapted from: East Sussex Primary GTP 2009

6 Comberton Village College Behaviour for Learning Rachel Hawkes Teaching and Learning Group – Shared ideas and strategies for establishing a positive learning environment and building an ethos for learning with new classes.

7 Comberton Village College Behaviour for Learning Rachel Hawkes Developing positive behaviour for learning is about being consistent to the principles but flexible to the circumstances.

8 Comberton Village College Behaviour for Learning Rachel Hawkes “We think of efficient teachers with a sense of recognition, but those who have touched our humanity we remember with gratitude. Learning is the less essential mineral, but warmth is the life element for the child’s soul, no less than for the growing plant’ Jung


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