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Challenging behaviour is not always understood correctly and often the primary needs behind these behaviours are overlooked, resulting in negative outcomes for both pupils and schools, including potential mental health issues. This webinar will aim to unpick what is actually meant by ‘behaviour’ and encourage senior school leaders, inclusions teams and care workers to think differently about how they perceive ‘challenging behaviour.’ Content will explore the needs of pupils against behaviour and focus on getting the basics right in order to take a whole school approach.
To explore what we understand about behaviour
Speech, language and communication needs and the link with behaviour
Getting the basics right
Presenting behaviour v primary needs
Whole school approaches
useful informationfound this very interesting and positiveMichelle Needham, Teacher - Tupton Hall School
Good to date. A useful tool for schools and staff due to you being able to tailor the CPD to your own interest and needs.Julianna SANDY, Teacher - Mayfield School RM8 1XE
Effective Behaviour Management: Is ‘Challenging Behaviour’ Misunderstood?Useful to hear teacher's views.Antonia Rochowski, Teacher - The Adeyfield Academy
managing behaviorawesome, informative and highly recommend for teachers to watch then they maybe able to understand more about the behavior of children with AutismAnn Rhodes, - Tuxford Academy
BehaviourExcellent webinarGlynis Russell, Support staff - The Heath School
INFORMATIVE INFORMATION AND FACTSShirley Bladon, Support staff - The Heath School
Very interesting webinarGreat tips and informative ideas for whole school approach.Poppy MOORE, TA - Corley Centre
lots to think aboutvery informativeLouise Garbutt, Support staff - Burlington Junior School
Effective Behaviour Management: Is ‘Challenging Behaviour’ Misunderstood?I found this webinar extremely useful as if broke down the different approaches of behaviour management. It has broadened my understanding of behaviour and the contributing factor. I will definitely use some of these approaches in my future teaching.Sidhra Aslam, TEACHER - Chapel Street Primary School
Great speaker & clear to listen & understand.Helen Hadley, Senior learning Mentor - Cottesbrooke Infant School
fantastic webinarInformative, interactive and well delivered. Thank youJessica Newsome, Support staff - Burlington Junior School
Behaviour and mental healthInteresting and informative. I could relate to the info given with my own experiences.Christine Crawford, Support staff - Burlington Junior School
JeremyReally interesting and informative session from a practitioner with a wealth of experience.Jeremy Beecham, n/a - Shirebrook Academy
Child behaviourReally informative. I have learnt a lot by taking this course.Linda Anderson, Support Staff - Castle Hill Primary School
Very informative and thought provoking.Veronica DEARDEN, - Pike Fold Community Primary School
A very educative trainingMavis Oparehene, - Parkway Primary School
Enjoyable and informative, thank you.Sarah Bradford, - Saltersgate Infants School
Very Informative!I found this very easy to watch. The lady made it interesting and easy to listen to, very informative!Chantelle Whaley, Support staff - Pike Fold Community Primary School
Informative CPDExcellent insight into understanding the concepts of challenging behaviour. Thoroughly enjoyed this webinar, included useful tips on how to manage behaviour.Dawn Evans, - Tudor Grange Academy Worcester
Challenging behaviourThis webinar gave good advice and food for thought to review my professional practice as well as ideas to take back to my school and discuss with colleagues.Fiona Dawes, HLTA - Forefield Community Infant and Nursery School
In the shoes of SEND learnerI liked the three 'live' activities which put you in the shoes of an autistic learner and appreciated how they feelJames Edwards, n/a - Shirebrook Academy
changing views of challenging behaviourThis was very informative and reassured that the current approach we have with our students supports their learning and development. This webinar gives examples and explanation as to why it is important that we as teachers/support staff find ways of support the behaviour and understanding why this behaviour is occuring so that they can access learning and we develop a better understanding of their needs, as all children and young people are individuals and therefore have individual needs.jenny sparrow, - Park Community Academy
challenging behaviourClearly led by someone who knows what they are talking about! Though I personally found it too statistics-heavy and would prefer more explanation of the strategies and tips from the last 5 minutes such as what a 'positive behaviour policy' might look like in practice.Emma Pearcey, - Padnell Junior School
Is Challenging Behaviour Misunderstood?An in depth webinar which reminds us all that there are reasons behind challenging behaviour. Key message is know your pupils. A useful reminder of the basics of effective classroom management and the importance of effective whole school approaches.Richard Stroud, - The Forest High School
THE IMPORTANCE OF RELATIONSHIPSIf I take one piece of advice with me after this Webinar, it is the importance of developing positive relationships and having a whole school approach to understanding and knowing the young people we work with. Thank you Wendy.Penny Houghton, - Park Community Academy
informativerelaxed approach which worked, informative and interesting, I enjoyed the case study and task.Lisa Chadry, Teaching Assistant - St Joseph’s Catholic Primary School HA3 7LP
Behaviour approachesLooking at different behaviour approaches I found the piece written by Daisy very useful. To hear how she feels, understanding the people around her and how they see her must be a very difficult challenge every single day.Samantha BOWKER, - Pike Fold Community Primary School
BehaviourI really enjoyed the interaction during this webinar.Julie Buckley, TA - Chapel Street Primary School
EFFECTIVE BEHAVIOUR MANAGEMENT - WENDY CASSONEXCELLENT WEBINAR, I FOUND WENDY'S PRAGMATIC APPROACH VERY INSPIRINGVivien RENSHAW, - Pike Fold Community Primary School
BrilliantReally enjoyed listening to Wendy and found it extremely helpfulHayley Petch, Study club manager - Anglo European School
Very interesting and informative, made me think how I could change my classroom practise.Dawn Swales, Support staff - Burlington Junior School
This webinar was well informed and helpful.Julie Cubitt, Support staff - Fakenham Infant and Nursery School
interestingVery good tips to follow. ThanksMaryam Sabzevar, TA - Chapel Street Primary School
Effective Behaviour ManagementA very informative webinar but the 6 minute story from Daisy, a pupil is a real "eye-opener"Sally Bannan, - Aston Academy
Interesting angleI found the examples of how a student perceives different situations very helpful, as in this is what it feels like to be in their shoes if you try and do thisCath Fellows, - The Forest High School
I found the webinar informative and reassuring.Nichola Byrne, Year 1 class teacher - Forefield Community Infant and Nursery School
Caroline TomasI found the whole topic really helpful. Also gave me some food for thought.Caroline Thomas, - Hordle Church of England Primary School
Effective Behaviour ManagementA knowledgeable presentation full of useful tips and tools to support our young people..James Hutchinson, - Ian Ramsey Church of England Academy
Interesting and informative I could relate to the infos given with my own experienceSharifa Khatun, - Phoenix Primary & Secondary School
Wendy Casson Effective behaviour for learningWendy was very knowledgeable and understanding of pupils has to why they may display challenging behaviour. I can see why pupils would want to go and talk to her. I Loved the case study and examples which helped be better understand pupils with regards to the obstacles they face. I would love to work/shadow with Wendy to see how she deals with day to day challenges at the behaviour unit I think that this Webinar alongside hands on experience shadowing a professional in this field would be an advantage.Katrina Austwick, - Aston Academy
very helpful to understand the topic of trainingTeresa Fiuk, TA - Phoenix Primary & Secondary School
Thought provoking webinarWendy is a very natural and engaging presenter who encourages you to think about the reasons for challenging behaviour.Victoria Nicholls, - The Raglan Schools
Getting a response from all of your learners.I found this useful, particularly because the presenter had a secondary background and my own experience is limited to the 4 to 12 year old age range of children. The presenter was very knowledgeable and was confident in sharing their own viewpoints. I was left with plenty to think about on my return to class teaching post Covid-19.Julia Banks, Key Stage Lead - Grove Street Primary School and Nursery School
Interesting and helpfulAn insightful and practical look at changes in practice to support behaviour management.Michael Crampton, - The Venerable Bede CE Academy
Sarah Ellison - Grove Street Primary SchoolI really enjoyed this Webinar, particularly the interactive tasks. It was led by a very knowledgeable, informative lady who shared clear steps in achieving effective behaviour management. Thank you.Sarah Ellison, Teacher - Grove Street Primary School and Nursery School
BehaviourInteresting point of view. Valid suggestions.Holly Pestell, - The Venerable Bede CE Academy
Effective behaviour managementReally useful and found the real life case studies very helpful.Olivia Beale, - Edgebury Primary School
A greater understanding of challenging behaviourThis webinar has reminded me of many of the reasons my students display challenging behaviour and given me clear strategies and examples to support me. I love the use of real life examples and could relate well to the presenter.Megan Sargent, - The Hamble School
Interesting and informativeThe webinar really highlighted the importance of effective communication and the role of the adult in establishing positive relationships. Thank you.Lisa McCarthy, Teacher - Grove Street Primary School and Nursery School
excellentexcellent content on building relationships with children to understand them better to deal with their challenging behaviorAnita Awumey, Senior leader - Roding Primary School
An engaging webinarI enjoyed the webinar as well as identifying ideas I had forgotten about it was also reassuring to recognise some that I already do. It was a very engaging session.Susan Capewell, Classroom Teacher - Allenton Community Primary School
NoExcellent seminar on behaviour management.Halima Khanum, Teaching assistant - Selly Oak Trust School
Mental HealthGood basic understanding of the mental health subject and well being of staff and students. Increased my knowledge on the topic.Jayshree Bulsara, - The Raglan Schools
Simon Tarr, Assistant Principal InclusionGood balance of anecdotal evidence, Ofsted findings and helpful strategiesSimon Tarr, - Wymondham High Academy
Effective Behaviour ManagementSome interesting points made with links to external reading.R Grey, - The Portsmouth Academy
mrs reayyet another very informative webinar, its always good to have reinforcement and extra knowledge to add to what you already know which can be built onSharon Reay, - Ian Ramsey Church of England Academy
Refreshing viewpointA really refreshing viewpoint and way of considering my own teaching behaviours. Great to hear the point of view of a vulnerable young person too.L Brock, - Swinton Academy
Points made.No nonsense approach by highly experienced teaching staff. Using analogies helped.Claire Montrose, Literacy HLTA - Robert Blake Science College
Challenging behaviour misunderstoodSome great points for mainstream staff to step back and understand some learners individual needs.Richard Hockney, - Selly Oak Trust School
Useful informationI learnt alot from this webinar. And agreed with alot. Thank youSelina Howell, - Phoenix Primary & Secondary School
Challenging behaviourI enjoyed this overview into challenging behaviour it was a reminder of the difficulties many of the children I work with in the speech and language setting face on a daily basisCarol Dean, Support staff - Harlowbury Primary School
Excellent trainingA very informative and considered tutorialJuliet Davies, - The Raglan Schools
Wendy's presentation and scenarios used were brilliant. It has made me think more about my approach. I will definitely be working on building relationship with my students.Ima Ewa, - Weavers Academy
Excellent!I’ve done a lot of online courses and watched many videos. This by far was one of the most interesting for meJo Wright, Support staff - Leamington Primary and Nursery Academy (FHT)
Amazing!Absolutely brilliant experience! Informative, useful for everybody working with pupils who have Speech, Language and Communication needs.Rita Butkeviciute, Teacher - Queen Katharine Academy
Great to revisit good practice through this presentation.A well presented presentation identifying key factors that need to be taken into account and led by school leadership.Jackie WORRELL, Teacher - Corley Centre
R HodsonI thought this webinar was very informative and its definitely made me think about how I can better support young people in my educational setting.Rachel Hodson, - Lytham Hall Park Primary School
Very engaging speaker, made it real and relevant.I have a better understanding of how it is my responsibility to adapt my behaviour to better help the children learn.Stephanie Rendle, - Lytham Hall Park Primary School
Fantastic webinarVery interesting and engaging webinar, which gives you new outlook on how to effectively manage behaviours.Karolina Pieton, Teacher - Selly Oak Trust School
Effective Behaviour ManagementInformative and engaging webinar.Pamela Dunkley, - Selly Oak Trust School
The information on Behaviour management was excellent it has made me realise that I need to understand the reasoning behind why a child is misbehaving This will help within my work settingAlthea Donalds, - Lytham Hall Park Primary School
New strategies and reinforcement of existing onesThe webinar highlighted new strategies but also reinforced existing ones and confirmed that consistency is key.J Fox, TA - Moorside High School
Challenging Behavour webinar.This webinar was most informative. The personal account of how a students' individual struggles were achieved and managed was invaluable and very poignant to listen to, very inspirational!T Hodgkinson, TA - Moorside High School
Behavaviour ManagementI found this webinar very useful, in how all different behaviours and approaches were explained. This has helped broaden my knowledge on how to deal with behaviour in the setting.Omehra Mukhtar, Learning support - Summerhill Primary Academy
Some interesting pointsLorraine GarnerWatts, - Poole High School
Wendy Casson. BehaviourThis was a well presented and imformative Webinar.Donna Wilson, - Lytham Hall Park Primary School
Dealing with bad behaviour in the classroomGood webinar,now I know how to manage pupils who exhibit bad behaviour. I need to look for the underlining problems if there are any, deal with the positives of the student rather than the negative. Build a relationship.Mercy Lasoye, - Wilmington Grammar School for Boys
Excellent and informativegood information to help in schoolLisa Morrison, Teaching Assistant - Our Lady and St Patrick's Catholic Primary School
Good StrategiesWebinar was informative giving strategies to help in classroom, how to be more positive with students where behaviour is challenging with good examples of how to change it.Jacqueline Reed, - The Venerable Bede CE Academy
I found this webinar incredibly informative, you clearly have a lot of experience and I thank you for sharing this with me!Rachel Stedman, Teacher - Hilbre High School
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