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© Family Links 20121 Keeping student teachers in the job: a report on the use of the Nurturing Programme in PGCE, BA & Teach First programmes Annette Mountford MBE BA RGN/HV, Chief Executive, Family Links & Nick Haisman, Family Links Trainer Annual Conference Friday 9 th November 2012
© Family Links 20122 Session Plan Introduction : Professor Richard Pring, Family Links Trustee Annette Mountford, CEO of Family Links: Reporting on the Nurturing Programme in the Classroom Environment 2 minute Teach First film clip Nick Haisman, Family Links Trainer: Keeping Teachers Teaching Discussion
© Family Links 20123 PowerPoint presentation available on Family Links website: www.familylinks.org.uk
The Key Ingredients 1. The Nurturing Programme: a first rate positive behaviour management & relationship skills programme for parents & children with excellent support materials for the classroom. 2. Family Links is a national training organisation that promotes excellence in the workforce © Family Links 20124
5 The Nurturing Programme (a therapeutic learning model) The Programme is a carefully designed eclectic model combining affective, cognitive and behavioural approaches with the affective principles at its core.
© Family Links 20126 The Nurturing Programme is based on 4 Constructs which are essential to successful family relationships The Parenting Puzzle p. 18
© Family Links 20127 Experiential Learning The Nurturing Programme meets all learning styles and is rooted in an experiential approach that enables internalised learning by parents & children: Tell me and I will forget Show me and I will remember Involve me and I will understand. Aristotle
© Family Links 20128 When I am criticized I feel… Resentful Unloved Depressed Tearful Angry No good Lonely I want revenge Stupid Inadequate Ashamed Like giving up Frustrated Sad Small
© Family Links 20129 When I am praised I feel… Ready for anything Proud Glad A bit suspicious Energetic Happy Like being generous Confident Capable Embarrassed Valued Manipulated Delighted Healthy Worthwhile
The EPPE (Effective Provision of Pre-school Education) 3 – 11 study Tracked over 3000 children from different social backgrounds between the ages 3 and 11 yrs; Investigated how pre-school & primary school influences both attainment & behaviour. © Family Links 201210
The EPPE (Effective Provision of Pre-school Education) 3 – 11 study One of the key findings was the importance of a positive classroom climate where the tone of the classroom was respectful, safe and welcoming. Its something that Ofsted look out for as an indication of a successful school. © Family Links 201211
© Family Links 201212 Ofsted Report: Through the well-structured Nurturing Programme the children have developed a mature awareness of the feelings, values and beliefs of others.
© Family Links 201213 Parents: 2 hours x 10 weeks Children: 10 week programme every term Carefully written Handbook for Parent Group Leaders and Teachers
© Family Links 201214 The Nurturing Programme in school – child says: Circle Time is a time for people to tell others how they feel inside.
© Family Links 201215 The Nurturing Programme in school – student teacher says: Brilliant – I read The Parenting Puzzle and will be applying it both in school & when my son gets older.
© Family Links 201216 The Nurturing Programme in school – student teacher says: This training was really well run. I especially liked how soon the session was scheduled after us starting teaching, so we can implement strategies early on.
© Family Links 201217 The Nurturing Programme in school – student teacher says: Great day with lots of ideas to take away and a supportive environment in which to discuss them.
Teach First Primary Participants The Classroom Climate workshops key strategies for positive behaviour management: © Family Links 201218 1. Review of Collaborative Rewards 2. Steps for Empathy and Role plays 3. Discipline Methods in Schools 4. Time Out… to calm down 5. Praise and Criticism 6. Listening 7. Cycle of Feeling and Behaviour 8. Review of Choices and Consequences 9. Nurturing Ourselves 10. Ideas for workbreaks, games
Teach First Primary Participants: self-efficacy in Nurturing Classroom Practices © Family Links 201219
Teach First Primary Participants: self-efficacy in Nurturing Classroom Practices © Family Links 201220
© Family Links 201221 Time for a short break
© Family Links 201222 Work break A-Z A B C D E F G H I l r r l r b l b r J K L M N O P Q R r r b l r l b l b S T U V W X Y Z r r l r l r b b
Teach First Primary School Participants Interviews Two newly qualified teachers reflect on Family Links training and the benefits to their teaching practice. © Family Links 201223
Teach First Primary School Participants Interviews © Family Links 201224
Keeping Teachers Teaching Estimated 8-12% students on ITT routes do not complete. Estimated 20-35% of those who complete ITT do not enter teaching profession within first year. © Family Links 201225
Costs of Trainee Teacher and Teacher Attrition Economic School Culture Pupil Achievement Teacher Workforce © Family Links 201226
Reducing Teacher Attrition and Wastage A. Attrition CAN be addressed B. Working conditions C. Mentoring and Induction Programmes D. Quality of Student-Teacher relationship E. Behaviour Management Tools © Family Links 201227
© Family Links 201228 ? Any Questions
© Family Links 201229 Nurturing Ourselves
© Family Links 201230 Contact Details of Family Links Peterley House Peterley Road Horspath Industrial Estate Oxford OX4 2TZ Tel: 01865 401800 Fax: 01865 401820 Email: email@example.com@familylinks.org.uk www.familylinks.org.uk
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