How do outstanding teachers manage pupil behaviour?
The forum takes place on Wednesday 21 September from 4.30 – 6.30pm in the Hockney Room, Margaret McMillan Tower, Princes Way, Bradford, BD1 1NN.
A range of speakers will discuss innovative as well as practical steps that have delivered positive results in improving behaviour.
Angela Spencer-Brooke, who is the special educational needs/disabilities and behaviour strategic manager, will talk about the role of behaviour and achievement collaboratives (BACs) in supporting staff in managing good behaviour in schools. BACs are an initiative
where schools work together to share information about how they can improve pupil behaviour.
Richard Edwards, headteacher at Farnham Primary School, will talk about how their approach to managing behaviour has led to Farnham Primary School being judged by Ofsted as Outstanding.
Trevor Loft, headteacher at Bradford’s central pupil referral unit, will also talk about the role of the unit and how it supports schools with behaviour.
Cllr Imran Khan, Portfolio Holder for Education, Employment and Skills, said: “Good behaviour in school is a critical factor in pupils being able to learn and achieve. We want parents teachers and young people to contribute to this discussion so we can share
best practice in this important area.”
To book your place please contact Heidi Hardy by email at
Public.Forum.for.Education@bradford.gov.uk or telephone 01274 434335.