This book provides insights into contemporary issues that inform better behavior management in schools and offers practical advice for improvement through policy, communications, and practice.

Policy Outlines, Processes and Principles

Policy outlines, processes and principles

This chapter examines the nature of a behaviour management policy and advocates that it should inform positive relationships in schools. There are suggestions for ways in which it can be constructed, reviewed and evaluated. Emphasis is placed on the importance of a range of staff being involved, if not all staff, and the process of discussion and debate that needs to be engaged with before any final written version is published.

The issue of behaviour management in schools constantly comes to the forefront of the concerns of school professionals. Discussion and debate in various arenas, especially the media, fail to arrive at any kind of consensus, other than to suggest that it is serious and that the ...

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