This practical pack for better behaviour is a fantastic boost for positive behaviour management. Drawing on the valuable hands-on experience of Jenny Mosley’s consultancy team, Jenny outlines established strategies that will make a fundamental difference to the daily lives of adults and children in schools. The quality of children’s behaviour can be a key factor in determining a school’s ethos. This pack will help you to develop a system that will nurture the social, emotional and behavioural skills of your pupils, making a happier and more productive place for the whole community.
The Golden Rules are based on sound moral values for schools and they form the bedrock upon which the behaviour policy sits. The 6 large, illustrated, golden posters will sit beautifully on the wall providing a reminder for all. The book ‘Better Behaviour through Golden Time’ describes what classrooms need in order for positive behaviour to thrive, and provides an in-depth run down of the better behaviour system, Golden Time. (Jenny Mosley is the creator of Golden Time – although many schools may provide a different or watered-down version of this, Jenny’s original way of carrying out this system has been seen to really work in many, many settings. A calmer classroom is one that is more manageable in terms of behaviour, so Jenny’s ‘Top Tips for Calmer Classrooms’ gives loads of practical ideas for helping this to happen.
This Pack Contains:
Better Behaviour through Golden Time by Jenny Mosley and Helen Sonnet
Format: 254mm x 95mm, 176 page, black and white, with full colour cover.
Top Tips for Calmer Classrooms by Jenny Mosley
Format: A5, 28 page, black and white paperback, with full colour cover.
101 Games for Better Behaviour by Jenny Mosley and Helen Sonnet
Classroom Golden Rules Posters
Format: 6 x A3 posters, 200gsm, full colour, paper posters
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