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04 May 2013
Our new 2013 catalogues are in the office and flying out the door. Brimming with fantastic resources for schools, classrooms, dining halls and playgrounds to help with positive behaviour for learning, productive lunchtimes and playtimes, emotional and self-esteem development and much more.
03 May 2013
Teachers have often asked us if they can see the QCT model fully working in a school - you can in June! The Golden School Watercliffe Meadow in Sheffield is opening its doors on 27th and 28th June for a 2-day training and observation course. Day 1 - with Jenny - the theory and approaches that really work Day 2 - meet the teachers, pupils, see Circle Times, fantastic lunchtimes and playt … read on
02 May 2013
I know free training sounds much too good to be true but you can host one of our training conferences and in return for a few teas and coffees and spreading the word of the training within your locality, the training can be completely free for your staff.
20 April 2013
It is reported that disruptive behaviour in classrooms has escalated sharply in recent years, as funding cuts to local services have left schools struggling to cope. The Association of Teachers and Lecturers (ATL) found that the majority of staff in schools had recorded a rise in the number of children with emotional, behavioural or mental health problems. Most local authorities hav … read on
28 February 2013
Our brand new catalogues are ready! Brimming with fantastic resources for schools, classrooms, dining halls and playgrounds to help with positive behaviour for learning, productive lunchtimes and playtimes, emotional and self-esteem development and much more. To order your copy for free phone 01225 767157 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
20 November 2012
(See Powerpoint presentation by clicking on the download link at the bottom of this article!) It is with a big lump in my throat that I am saying goodbye to Rita. Christ the King primary school was the first school ever to get my special Gold Award. We have been working together for 27 years…! I was completely bowled over when Rita sent me this beautiful powerpoint presentation celebrat … read on
Nothing Less Than a Golden Carpet for one Fabulous School in New Zealand – an Inspirational Idea from an Inspired School Leader
05 November 2012
At Pirongia School in New Zealand, chosen pupils walk the Golden Carpet while other pupils clap and say their name in true celebratory style! This idea is part of a series of steps taken to improve pupil self-esteem and self-confidence. It was launched after one teacher attended one of Jenny’s workshop days during Jenny’s training trip to New Zealand earlier this year. The practitione … read on
Showcasing Watercliffe Meadow Golden School – An Inclusive Climate for Learning with Jenny Mosley and Teachers, MDSAs and Pupils Talk from the Heart
03 November 2012
The wonderful Watercliffe Meadow School is the first of Jenny Mosley’s Golden Schools to open its doors for teachers and children to talk about what they have achieved as a way of sharing best practice. Read all about what is going to happen in January 2013 and this school's amazing journey to excellence.
31 October 2012
Monday 24th September Jenny Mosley came to Bledisloe School to teach the teachers about how to improve their teaching of circle time. Her name was Mrs Jenny Mosley and travels all around the world to teach circle time.Jenny Mosley made a great impression on the children when she visited Bledisloe Schoo, Napier, New Zealand on a recent training trip. The pupils wrote a blog of their circ … read on
The Teacher Foundation in India - 6 months and 800 staff trained in QCT - Going from Strength to Strength!
29 October 2012
We are extremely proud of our strong links with The Teacher Foundation (TTF) in Bangalore, India, for their achievements. Jenny Mosley consultancies has enjoyed a charitable partnership with TTF for over 12 years. Quality Circle Time in its pure form is being rolled out across India and recent figures for the last 6-7 months (April - October 2012) show that over 800 staff within 7 estab … read on
National Day Nurseries Assocation (NDNA) – the Essiential Guide to Positive Behaviour Published with Jenny Mosley Chapter Included 2012
29 October 2012
“Your essential guide to.... Promoting Positive Behaviour in Your Setting” has now been published by the National Day Nurseries Association (NDNA) and is available to provide behavioural support for all preschools and day nurseries! It provides essential information on numerous topics for early years practitioner including top tips and advice to help support the promotion of positive be … read on
19 October 2012
'We will...focus Ofsted inspection more strongly on behaviour and safety, including bullying, as one of four key areas of inspections.' from The Importance of Teaching, The Schools White paper, November 2010 As positive behaviour for learning rises up the agenda in many schools, partly in response to Ofsted's new framework for inspection, Jenny Mosley receives an increasingly large nu … read on
Everything is Golden at King's Lodge School - A Success Story for Positive Lunchtimes and Behaviour by Sarah Bentley
09 October 2012
We are all extremely proud of the work that Jenny Mosley senior consultant, Sarah Bentley, has achieved at King’s Lodge School in Wiltshire. This school has been on a magnificent journey to work on their lunchtimes and playtimes so that these are really joyous and productive for staff and pupils alike. Sarah and the staff have also worked hard to boost their incentives systems and have … read on
17 September 2012
Jenny is delighted to be flying out to New Zealand this week to be a key presenter at this year’s highly acclaimed NZ RTLB (New Zealand Resource Teachers; Learning and Behaviour Association) Conference 2012. The conference is entitled: “Transformation – Better than Before; Te huringa ketanga – kia whai hua kia angitu” 26-29 September 2012 The RTLB Waikato Conference Committee have cho … read on
14 September 2012
A groundbreaking pilot project in partnership with Fallibroome High, a Teaching School in Macclesfield has just taken place. A small brave band of teachers and TA’s from secondary, primary and nursery schools volunteered to train with Jenny Mosley to become a network of accredited trainers for local schools. One key feature of Jenny’s highly acclaimed Train The Trainers programme is tha … read on
10 September 2012
Teaching student in Australia, Sarah Blizard, spotted the potential of a clapping game called “On Noah’s Ark” and she has sung her own song for this game as part of her music assignment. It is from a book by Jenny Mosley and Helen Sonnet called "Clapping Games" and Jenny was delighted to give her permission to using it. We thought you might like to hear the outcome on You Tube by clicki … read on
20 August 2012
In July 2012 Jenny Mosley was asked to create and deliver two special days of training for staff across the town of Crewe. The Crewe Partnership of 14 primary and 4 high schools was recently awarded status as a Teaching School Alliance and behaviour and communication was seen as a local priority. There were specific sessions for class teachers and managers, and an afternoon for teach … read on
In the Firing Line For Putting On Assemblies? Read this High Praise from Teachers and Educationalists for ‘Active Assemblies 3’ by Vicki Johnson from the Jenny Mosley series
05 July 2012
This is the third book of active assemblies – a series designed to take some pressure off busy headteachers and teachers – and it is a complete gem. With a foreword by Jenny Mosley, the book was written by Vicki Johnson, a head teacher who delivered all 36 assemblies (one for each week of the school year!) with flair and humour. The assemblies capture the children’s imaginations and the … read on
13 April 2012
Better Behaviour through Improving Relationships and Personal ResponsibilityTuesday 29th May 2012 – 9.00am to 3.00pm“This is the best course I have ever been on – because it’s so practical.”�Fizz Starkey, Headteacher, Motcombe SchoolEveryone working together to promote self-esteem and respect for all. This day looks at how schools can shine up and re-evaluate their listening systems and … read on
06 March 2012
Many teachers tell us that if a child does not have a happy playtime, this can affect several other aspects of their time in school. If a child comes in calm and ready to learn in the afternoon, how lovely. If a child comes in from play feeling cross, feeling left out and frustrated - this does not bode well for a productive afternoon of teamwork, fun, listening and learning. Je … read on