An effective behaviour system: Part 2: Behind the scenes

Image source  The behaviour management I described in Part 1 is underpinned by an administration system and several other out-of-classroom supporters. These are absolutely crucial to the success of the system. It would probably be helpful to have a diagram for this bit- but as I write these posts on my phone in the middle... Continue Reading →


Teaching beyond the test

I've never had a problem with "teaching to the test" as long as the test asked good things and had a good markscheme. With a few notable exceptions, this has largely been the case in science. I was never comfortable with covering material that was not on the specification, unless it was A-level stuff that... Continue Reading →

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