Supporting Schools’ Response to the DfE Consultation on Behaviour Management Strategies, In-school Units and Managed Moves

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Webinar Duration: 45 minutes (approx.)

This webinar will provide governors, headteachers, DSLs, SENDCos, mental health leads, teaching and non-teaching staff with an overview of the DfE open consultation on managing good behaviour in schools and explain how they can contribute to the process.

On 29 June 2021, the DfE launched their call for evidence on ‘Behaviour management strategies, in-school units, and managed moves’. The six-week consultation aims to seek views from schools on how they use behaviour strategies to manage common behavioural problems which will inform the government’s review of the behaviour and discipline, and suspensions and permanent exclusions guidance later this year. All responses must be submitted by 10 August 2021.

In this webinar, Mark Emmerson, a DfE behaviour adviser and the CEO of the City of London Academies Trust, will help schools to understand the importance of the consultation, what areas of behaviour management the DfE are seeking views on and how they can take part in the process to help enhance the experience of all children and young people in school.

Learning Outcomes

  • Understanding the background, purpose and aims behind the call to evidence and what existing work schools’ responses will look to build on.

  • Recognising what supplementary policy documents schools should be mindful of to aid their understanding of the consultation and the reasons behind it.

  • Gaining guidance on how best to deliver answers to the questions asked and advice on what schools can do to support the consultation.

  • Recognising what the DfE are seeking views on with respect to behaviour management strategies, both prior to and as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.

  • Understanding what evidence the DfE are aiming to capture from schools who use removal rooms, in-school behavioural units and have been involved in managed moves.

Mark Emmerson

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Mark Emmerson

DfE behaviour adviser, CEO of the City of London Academies Trust, former headteacher & principal.
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