John d’Abbro will outline why he believes it is vital for educational practitioners to have a working model and framework for understanding behaviour. Drawing from sociological, medical and psychological paradigms and 40 years’ experience of working with children presenting challenging behaviour, John will help you to understand and develop your own position on behaviour and mood management.
The day will provide you with an overview of what the current literature says about behaviour in schools, focusing on the causes of challenging behaviour, looking from both a systemic and human perspective.
The course will provide you with a range of strategies that can be used in managing challenging behaviour and opportunities for you to develop your own plan of action.
Date: Wednesday 5 June 2019
Time: 9am - 3pm
North East BIC
Enterprise Park East
Tyne and Wear
Timings subject to change
There are limited places available for this course.
Partner school: £150 + VAT
Non-partner school: £180 + VAT
John d’Abbro is Head of The New Rush Hall Group, an organisation that works with children experiencing social, emotional, behavioural and/or mental health difficulties (SEMH).
John has been awarded an OBE and Honorary Doctorate for services to Special Education; he is also a National Leader in Education and an Apple Distinguished Educator. John has given evidence on several occasions to the House of Commons Education Select Committee and is a member of several DfE working parties. Most recently he was a member of the DfE Independent review of behaviour in schools.
This course is kindly sponsored by:
North East BIC