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Naughty or Nice

  With the end of term drawing closer, we thought we’d remind you of these key strategies. This is a great opportunity to reflect on your behaviour management, try something…

End of Term Assessment Advice

At this time of year, we are always asked for advice on running end of term assessments. This blog breaks down how to maximise your use of December summative assessments….

CPD Review – Supporting Young People with SEND

On Saturday 23rd November, Prospero HQ in London was host to the next session in our 19-20 CPD series: Inclusive Education – Supporting Young People with SEND. The session began…

Road Safety Week

Every 20 minutes, someone is killed or seriously injured on a British road and each of these tragedies is preventable. Road accidents are one of the biggest causes of death…

Classroom clinic – Noise level

“Dear classroom clinic, In one class, all students refuse to lower their voice level. They start ok but then progressively disrupt everything and walk around the room.”  Sometimes the lesson goes…

Mini-Whiteboard Magic

  Teachers give a variety of reasons to avoid using mini-whiteboards. “They’re for primary school.” “They let my students misbehave with doodling.” “It wastes too much time handing them out.”…

CPD REVIEW – Behaviour Management Strategies

Yesterday, 6th November, Prospero HQ in London was host to the next session in our 19-20 CPD series: Behaviour Management Strategies.  The session (fully booked!) started with attendees discussing what…

Clear Instructions – PRINT

Many of the behavioural issues and much of the lack of engagement our Training and Development Team encounter in schools are often due to unclear instructions. When activity instructions and…

Beastly Behaviour

As the long nights draw in, it’s not only werewolves affected by the full moon but students getting restless as well. With the first half-term complete, Halloween is here. So now…

Classroom Clinic – The Last Word

  “Dear classroom clinic, Generally, the behaviour in my classes is positive but I have a couple of students who when I challenge them always want to have the last…

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