Building Curriculum for Excellence through Positive Relationships and Behaviour A COURSE FOR EARLY CAREER TEACHERS The Overview 1 Aims and Outlines of all 8 Modules 2 The Context of Behaviour Management - since 2001 - within CfE and Health and Wellbeing 3 Current evidence based approaches AIMS • To describe the attitudes, values, ethos and skills needed to ‘get it right for every child’ • To provide an up-to-date context for the use of a range of approaches (known to make a difference) • To provide a forum to share experiences and practice with colleagues • To look at strategies/techniques to manage behaviour THE 8 MODULES 1 Overview 2 The Human Condition Why we behave the way we do 3 Getting it right with Relationships(1) 4 Getting it right with Relationships(2) 5 Getting it right with Relationships(3) 6 Getting it right with Relationships(4) Modules 7 and 8 - When relationships break down Practical modules which develop the strategies for managing confrontation, crisis, relationship breakdown (and your own health and wellbeing) covered in the course, using….. your own scenarios/video material-discussion and skill building sessions Where are we now? • • • • • 2001 BBBL Behaviour IS an additional need 2004 ASL restates and confirms above 2006 National Behaviour Research-low level disruption the main problem 2007 Evidence based approaches identified and backed by DSG 2008 “ Improving Relationships and Promoting Positive Behaviour” launched with full stakeholder backing 2009 National Behaviour Research • • • • • Over 90% saw most pupils as well behaved Low-level negative remains main problem Physical violence/aggression (to staff) rare <1% Pupil-Pupil violence/aggression more frequent Small but significant positive change in teachers perception of behaviour since 2006 • Behaviour Management best handled using multi-pronged approach based on shared values and a positive school ethos BUILDING CURRICULUM FOR EXCELLENCE THROUGH POSITIVE RELATIONSHIPS AND BEHAVIOUR • launched in June 2010 as a response to 2009 survey and with full support from SAGBiS • www.scotland.gov.uk/Publications/2010/0 6/25112828/1 • A new BBBL framework is due out in 2011 THE LINK TO CfE / HEALTH and WELLBEING and GIRFEC • • • • Successful learners Confident individuals Effective contributors Responsible citizens • How central is learning to develop and manage relationships when considering the 4 capacities? APPROACHES THAT WORK? • • • • • • • • Restorative Approaches The Motivated School and SELF Solution Oriented Approaches Staged Intervention/FFI Being Cool in School Nurture groups Emotional Health and Well Being Confident Staff, Confident Children These approaches are not about being ‘soft’ • THEY ARE ABOUT……………. • Addressing conflicts and harmful situations in a way that, at the very least, does not harm relationships, and at best repairs and builds them THEY ARE ABOUT……. • Holding people accountable for their actions-making them accept responsibilitybut supporting them in learning what they have done to others. • Helping them to find a way forward and to behave differently next time.