Jayne Robinson is a highly experienced school leader and has worked in primary education for over 25 years. Her roles have included teaching, SLT, English lead, NQT mentor, SENCo and EYFS lead. She has also enjoyed working as a guest lecturer at the UEA and coaching/mentoring more experienced teachers. Jayne is currently a teacher and school leader in Norfolk, and is passionate about supporting ITT trainees as a SCITT tutor.See more from Jayne Robinson
Behaviour: Understanding and Applying Updated DfE Guidance for September 2022 | Primary
This webinar will provide headteachers, governors and all school staff with expert insight into the DfE’s newly revised guidance on behaviour in schools, helping them to establish a whole-school approach which sets high expectations of behaviour, and calm, safe and supportive environments which are conducive to learning.
This webinar will provide headteachers, governors and all school staff with expert insight into the DfE’s revised guidance on behaviour in schools, helping to establish a whole-school approach which sets high expectations of behaviour, and calm and supportive environments which are conducive to learning.
On 13 July 2022, the DfE published ‘Behaviour in schools: advice for headteachers and school staff’, which provides guidance on the different responses to behaviour that schools can use, including sanctions and pastoral approaches, and the related legal duties of headteachers, and members of staff. The publication is a companion piece to newly revised statutory guidance ‘Suspension and permanent exclusion from maintained schools, academies and pupil referral units in England, including pupil movement’, and both come into force on 1 September 2022.
In this webinar, Jayne Robinson, school Leader and SCITT tutor whose 25 years’ experience includes the role of NQT mentor, will undertake a walk through the new guidance, highlighting the importance of prevention and early intervention to avoid the recurrence of misbehaviour, and the powers of staff when responding to misbehaviour.