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Working With Families to Support Behaviour: CPD Session

Working With Families to Support Behaviour: CPD Session

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Train staff on how to forge positive parent-teacher relationships in order to work together to support pupil behaviour. Ideal for behaviour leads or anyone looking to strengthen staff behaviour management in this area, this PowerPoint training session, designed to last for up to an hour, allows for collaboration and discussion, and is perfect for INSET days or staff meetings on behaviour management CPD.

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What's included in this bundle?

A 28-slide PowerPoint designed to last between 30 minutes to 1 hour, this time-saving and ready-to-go CPD session on behaviour management focuses on the benefits of building parent-teacher relationships. This then leads into how staff can use this positive home-school relationship to discuss a student's behaviour should issues arise.

The Routes Forward section is split into three parts, covering:

  • How to build relationships with parents as a teacher or member of the support staff team
  • Why we need to communicate behaviour and how to do it, with real-life examples to support you
  • How to enlist parental support and get them to support your behaviour management efforts in school

Across the full session, there are many opportunities for staff to collaborate and discuss, including how they'd rephrase a conversation with a parent about a child's inappropriate behaviour and short scenarios where they can consider how they'd respond.

The PowerPoint is fully editable but equally can be used 'as is' to present directly to the staff members of your choosing. It's a massive time-saver for school leaders who know they want to improve pupil behaviour by engaging parents to support their school's efforts. This CPD for behaviour management does exactly that by giving your staff practical tools and tips for communicating effectively with parents. The ready-made nature of the behaviour management training also allows you to deliver a consistent approach to different staff groups, with the flexiblity built in to dive deeper into specific aspects.

Who will find this resource useful?

Behaviour and attitudes leads, headteachers, senior leaders, SLT, pastoral staff, DSLs, heads of year or anyone else with responsibility for pupil behaviour in school. This behaviour management CPD session is designed to provide a fast solution for school leaders looking to tackle behaviour management issues with a quick and easy answer to professional development delivery. 

The session is perfect to reinforce messages about your school's behaviour policy and how you expect staff to communicate with parents and carers. It's particularly useful for those with less experience in behaviour management, such as ECTs, trainee teachers or other new staff who might find conversations with parents daunting, especially when having challenging conversations and discussing poor pupil behaviour.

What questions does this pack have the answers to?

Parents/carers are a valuable partner in the child’s education and can be key to tackling pupil behaviour by having a joint home-school approach. Not only that, parents and carers can give you key insights into their child's context, allowing you to tailor responses and manage behaviour in a positive way. Alongside this, sometimes we just report poor behaviour to parents without considering why we're doing it - this training sessions addresses that issue and guides staff into having constructive conversations with parents so they can tackle pupil behaviour but also continue to build a positive parent-teacher relationship.

Key questions answered:

  • Why involve parents/carers in behaviour management?
  • What can help strengthen home-school relationships?
  • When would we involve parents/carers in behavioural issues?
  • How can staff develop and build upon positive parent-teacher relationships?
  • Why do we share behaviour incidents with parents and carers?
  • How can we share behavioural incidents with parents and carers?
  • When are the best times to address behavioural incidents with parents and carers?
  • How can staff work in collaboration with parents/carers to address pupil behaviour?

What else can help me?

Browse Honeyguide's CPD resources for more support.