Free resources for behaviour management in the classroom



Discover behaviour management strategies for managing behaviour in the classroom, learn about the benefits of positive behaviour management and create or review your school’s behaviour policy with this free resource pack.


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What's included

Our resource pack includes a guide to behaviour management strategies and techniques, as well as supplemental guides and insights.

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Behaviour Skills Resource 4
Behaviour Skills Resource 2

Complete guide to behaviour management

Understanding behaviour

Behaviour policy

Behaviour Skills Resource 3

Low level disruption and misbehaviour

Behaviour Skills Resource 3 b

An educator's guide to shame

Behaviour Resource 5 b

Proactively fighting bullying with SEL

What is challenging behaviour?

Challenging behaviour in schools is any conduct that disrupts the learning environment or social dynamics. Examples of challenging behaviour include:

  • Talking during teaching
  • Making noise or whispering
  • Not being prepared for a lesson, like not bringing homework
  • Frequent and intentional defiance of authority
  • Harassment or bullying
  • Passing notes or texting
  • Minor defiance, like not following instructions
  • Verbal or physical aggression towards peers or teachers
  • Profanity or abusive language
Are any of these causing problems in your school?

Why focus on behaviour management?

Behaviour management is a pillar of all schools, making all the difference between a positive school environment and a negative one. An important part of your Ofsted inspection, lowering misbehaviour improves student safety, wellbeing, mental health, academic performance and more, making it crucial to the success of your school.


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In walks the ‘won’t student’: they won’t do their work, they won’t follow the rules, they won’t show up to consequences, they won't be bothered by phone calls home, they won’t engage in what you are offering in your classroom. The behaviour management system has no effect, it just won’t work for them, so what do you do?

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