Managing Behaviour in Creative Arts Subjects

Course description

 

This course will give you a solid understanding of ‘Good Practice’ when managing behaviour in the classroom. It has been designed to cater for the specific needs of the creative arts classroom where more practical tasks are common.

 

In this course you will begin exploring a variety of classroom management strategies to help you improve relationships with students and develop your resilience as a teacher. You will look at being consistent in every lesson through the use of praise, reward as well as good teaching. You will explore proven techniques to ‘get them on your side’ whilst supporting their progress. You will look at different classroom scenarios and learn how to tackle low level disruption and deal with those persistent problem students. On top of this you will look at ways to embed these techniques and strategies into your everyday teaching.

You will leave the day with a wealth of resources and knowledge that will help you manage the behaviour in your lessons and ultimately improve the teaching and learning of all students in your class.

Behaviour management course

Summary

 

  • Gain an understanding of ‘Good Practice’ in behaviour management.

  • Tailored for Creative Arts Subjects.

  • Deal with low level disruption.

  • Learn proven teaching strategies to engage students.

  • Get students on your side whilst supporting their progress.

  • Improve relationships with students.

  • Develop your resilience as a teacher.

Who should attend?

 

  • All teachers of Creative Arts subjects.
  • Heads of Department/Faculty.

Your Course Leader

 

Sam Munday-Webb has progressed fast through Head of Department, Head of Faculty and now is a successful Senior School Leader in charge of Behaviour and Pastoral Care. He is currently working on research towards starting a PHD in Drama and Education and has been involved in making vast and positive changes to several schools' internal and wider development. Sam has worked in inner city, rural and schools in special measures maintaining and sustaining improvements and outcomes for students and the school. In one school his leadership moved results from below 50% to 100% A-C’s. In addition to teaching in schools, Sam owns a theatre school for young people called Arts Academy Theatre School www.artsacademytheatre.com where he works to develop creativity and performances. His energy and commitment to positive behaviour in Education is exemplary.

Teacher training for drama teachers

‘It was a fantastic course that taught me new techniques to implement in my lessons’ – Lauren M, Stationers’ Crown Woods Academy

 

‘A really well taught course - Will definitely help me to improve behaviour management skills’ – Patrycja J, Capital City Academy

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The Details

 

Central London – Tuesday 9th November 2021 Course Code: MBCLONJUL21

 

Cost: £275 + VAT. Includes lunch, refreshments, an excellent bank of resources and CPD certificate

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Reserve a spot on this course

 

Enter your details here to make a provisional booking and we will hold you a space for two weeks.

We are specialist in delivering CPD to the Creative Arts

Feedback from delegates

 

‘A really well taught course - Will definitely help me to improve behaviour management skills’ – Patrycja J, Capital City Academy

 

‘Lots of ideas to improve my behaviour management’ – Stacey R, The James Hornsby School

‘It was a fantastic course that taught me new techniques to implement in my lessons’ – Lauren M, Stationers’ Crown Woods Academy

 

‘Very personalised, very open, very knowledgeable, very well prepared, very engaging’ – Christopher F, Haberdashers’ Aske’s Crayford Academy

 

‘Focused very specifically on our individual subjects’ – Jill D, Melbourn Village College

 

‘Gave fantastic, practical tools to use’ – Christopher F, Haberdashers’ Aske’s Crayford Academy

 

‘A fantastic course, very interactive’ – Beth B, Langley Academy

 

‘Really helpful course. Lot’s of information and helpful resources given’ – Jill D, Melbourn Village College

 

‘Well planned and excellently delivered’ – Andrew C, Royal Grammar School