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Understanding and Managing Children’s Behaviour through Group Work: A child-centred programme

Education and Study aids


by
Cath Hunter

Book Details

Format: EPUB

Page count: 176 pages

File size: 2.1 MB

Protection: DRM

Language: English

‘I would highly recommend the skills, expertise and delivery that Cath can bring to a school and can guarantee that any school following her advice will not regret it.’

Carl McIver, Head of School, St. Willibrord’s R.C. Primary, Manchester

‘I have worked with Cath Hunter now in two schools and find that the work she does with children, parents and staff is amazing.’

Sam Foord, Headteacher, Ravensbury Community School, Manchester

Understanding and Managing Children’s Behaviour provides the reader with an insight into children’s emotional wellbeing and helps them to understand what and how children communicate and how to respond in a way that provides positive messages, increases their emotional vocabulary and encourages them to change their behaviour. It provides an alternative and effective child centred way of managing children’s behaviour through introducing the concept of reflective language and other tools, equipping staff with new skills that are transferable across the school in any role.

The book is divided into two sections, enabling the reader to link theory with practice. The first section takes the reader on a journey to help them understand the different factors that influence children’s behaviour. The second section of the book focuses on the group work programmes, how they can be used, their value and the impact they can have on children and the school as a whole. The activities in the group work programme explore the concept of using reflective language as a behaviour management tool and are designed to motivate, build confidence, self-esteem and resilience. Useful pedagogical features throughout the book include:-

The book is aimed at all primary school staff, especially teaching assistants, learning mentors and family workers who can deliver the group work programmes. It is also recommended reading for SENCOs and trainee teachers and will also be useful for therapists who work with children and are looking at delivering other approaches in their work.

‘I would highly recommend the skills, expertise and delivery that Cath can bring to a school and can guarantee that any school following her advice will not regret it.’

Carl McIver, Head of School, St. Willibrord’s R.C. Primary, Manchester

‘I have worked with Cath Hunter now in two schools and find that the work she does with children, parents and staff is amazing.’

Sam Foord, Headteacher, Ravensbury Community School, Manchester

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‘I would highly recommend the skills, expertise and delivery that Cath can bring to a school and can guarantee that any school following her advice will not regret it.’

Carl McIver, Head of School, St. Willibrord’s R.C. Primary, Manchester

‘I have worked with Cath Hunter now in two schools and find that the work she does with children, parents and staff is amazing.’

Sam Foord, Headteacher, Ravensbury Community School, Manchester

Understanding and Managing Children’s Behaviour provides the reader with an insight into children’s emotional wellbeing and helps them to understand what and how children communicate and how to respond in a way that provides positive messages, increases their emotional vocabulary and encourages them to change their behaviour. It provides an alternative and effective child centred way of managing children’s behaviour through introducing the concept of reflective language and other tools, equipping staff with new skills that are transferable across the school in any role.

The book is divided into two sections, enabling the reader to link theory with practice. The first section takes the reader on a journey to help them understand the different factors that influence children’s behaviour. The second section of the book focuses on the group work programmes, how they can be used, their value and the impact they can have on children and the school as a whole. The activities in the group work programme explore the concept of using reflective language as a behaviour management tool and are designed to motivate, build confidence, self-esteem and resilience. Useful pedagogical features throughout the book include:-

The book is aimed at all primary school staff, especially teaching assistants, learning mentors and family workers who can deliver the group work programmes. It is also recommended reading for SENCOs and trainee teachers and will also be useful for therapists who work with children and are looking at delivering other approaches in their work.

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