Jogo Behaviour Support 
Jogo Behaviour Support Ltd
01604 832970


Friday, October 13, 2023 at 1:00 PM BST
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£96.00 per person (inc. VAT) 


Far Cotton Rec Centre 
Towcester Road
Far Cotton
Northampton NN4 8LG
United Kingdom

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Unlocking Positive Change: Everyday Things That Make a Difference with Behaviour in Schools - Understanding, Strategies & Interventions

Friday 13th October 2023

9am - 3.30pm

Discover the key to transforming your school/classroom environment with our CPD course, “Unlocking Positive Change: Everyday Things That Make a Difference supporting Behaviour in Schools - developing Strategies & Interventions.” Designed for educators and school staff, this empowering course delves into the intricacies of behaviour management, equipping you with a comprehensive understanding of the underlying factors that influence student behaviour. Gain invaluable insights into the development of effective strategies and evidence-based interventions that promote positive change in the classroom and beyond. From fostering a nurturing and inclusive atmosphere to implementing practical techniques for behaviour change, this course is your gateway to creating a harmonious learning environment. Elevate your skills, empower your students, and ignite a positive ripple effect throughout your school community. Enrol today and develop your skills and knowledge to create lasting, positive transformations in your learning environment.

Benefits of attending the course 

Attending Jogo Behaviour Support’s CPD course “Unlocking Positive Change: Everyday Things That Make a Difference with Behaviour in Schools - Understanding, Strategies & Interventions” offers teachers a wealth of benefits, empowering them to create a positive and nurturing learning environment:

1. Enhanced Understanding: Teachers gain a deeper understanding of the factors influencing behaviour in schools, enabling them to address behaviour challenges with empathy and insight.

2. Proactive Behaviour Support: By learning to recognise triggers and patterns, educators can proactively address challenging behaviours, fostering a more harmonious classroom atmosphere.

3. Evidence-Based Strategies: Participants acquire evidence-based strategies and interventions to promote positive behaviour, enhancing student engagement and academic success.

4. Effective Communication: Educators develop effective communication techniques to engage with students, parents, and colleagues, creating a collaborative approach to behaviour management.

5. Improved Classroom Support: Practical classroom support strategies enable educators to maintain a structured and organised learning environment, optimising student focus and participation.

Ultimately, attending this CPD course equips teachers/educators with a diverse toolkit to unlock positive change in behaviour, empowering them to create a more conducive and enriching learning environment. By fostering positive behaviour and well-being, educators can make a lasting impact on their students’ academic achievements and personal development.

Course Facilitator

Sonia Murray