Michelle Long, the Principal of Bradford’s Dixons Music Primary, has recently helped to co-author Improving Behaviour in Schools, a comprehensive research overview published by the Education Endowment Foundation (EEF).
Behaviour on the agenda at research roadshow
School leaders from across Bradford can learn about the latest thinking in pupil behaviour at a free twilight event in the city on 10 July.
Hosted by Bradford Research School, the event at Dixons City Academy will showcase a new report on Improving Behaviour in Schools, published by the Education Endowment Foundation (EEF).
Associate Executive Principal at Dixons Academies Trust and co-writer of the report, Michelle Long, will be on hand to discuss the report’s key findings, including six key recommendations around:
- Knowing and understanding your pupils and their influences
- Teaching learning behaviours alongside managing misbehaviour
- Using classroom management strategies to support good classroom behaviour
- Using simple approaches as part of your regular routine
- Tailoring targeted approaches to meet the needs of individuals in your school
- Ensuring consistency
Judith Kidd, Head of Dixons Teaching Institute, said: “The report is designed to support senior leaders in primary and secondary schools to make better-informed decisions about their behaviour strategies.