Testimonies

‘I found the process very supportive and the coach had excellent knowledge of strategies to manage behaviour.’

Year 4
NQT

 

‘I was really happy with the support package. The strategies really worked and helped to improve my relationship with my class; they no longer challenge or question my authority.’

Year 4
Teacher

 

‘I learnt how to use various techniques to refocus children during lessons.’

Year 1
Teacher

 

‘The coaching helped me to be a lot more attentive to the children in my class who were doing the right thing.’

Year 5
NQT

 

‘The support I have received has been invaluable and incredibly helpful – thank you!‘

Year 4
NQT

Behaviour Management Coaching

Professional ~ Personalised ~ Purposeful

"The greatest good you can do for another is not just to share your riches but to reveal to him his own."

Benjamin Disraeli

What is Behaviour Management Coaching?

Behaviour Management Coaching is a reflective process through which individuals are supported in identifying their strengths and areas for development in whole class behaviour management. The on-going cycle of support and professional dialogue has helped many teachers gain clarity about their role and responsibility in ensuring that the classroom environment is a safe place where all children can effectively engage in learning. The coaching is solution focused and once individuals have identified issues, there is an agreed commitment to action; while key support is provided to develop skills, motivation and confidence.

How does it work?

Clients book in for anywhere between 5-10 sessions of coaching. The coaching cycle involves:

Classroom observations (40-60mins each): The focus of which is behaviour. Coaches will note the behaviour of all the individuals within the learning space and how it is managed by adults. They will also note interactions between children and adults.

Observation feedback (20-30mins): Feedback is given after every observation and is a key time for discussion and reflection about the lesson.

Agreed action points: During the feedback sessions clients are supported in identifying areas for further development and these then become the focus for further observations.

Further Support

As well as classroom observations clients have also benefitted from the following additional support:

Behaviour Management Coaching is a supportive process and coaches are not there to make judgements about classroom practice, but instead act as a critical friend helping individuals to identify what is working well; while suggesting alternative approaches to things that need to be improved.

Outcomes for Clients:

The impact of behaviour management coaching is far reaching; children are able to learn in confidence that their teacher has full control over the classroom environment. Clients have reported the following improvements:

 

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Email: info@togethertransformingbehaviour.com
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