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“I have been using BehaviourOnline with students throughout the term with great success. It gets across important points about their behaviour and attitudes.”

Francis Johnson,
Gladesmore School,
London (8th Dec 2018)


How Teachers Use:

Here you can discover how schools use BehaviourOnline content.

Teacher features enable quick & effective use of a positive behaviour resource with pupils.

  • Ready to use resources.
  • Developed to complement your existing behaviour policies & discipline framework.
  • New resources & topics updated throughout the year with immediate access.
  • Time-saving for staff yet challenging for the pupils.
  • Your pupils THINK about their own behaviour & its effect on others.
  • Why reinvent the wheel when we’ve done it for you?

How is Behaviour Video used?

  • In discussion/counselling (with accompanying teacher notes/questions).
  • To prompt pupils to relate their own behaviour to what they see in the video.
  • Via interactive whiteboard, or simultaneously across a number of computers.
  • Viewed by individuals during time-out or detention or one-to-one counselling.
  • Staff INSET or training - discussing how to manage incidents shown.

How is Behaviour Interactive used?

  • In detention situations or less formal time-out.
  • One-to-one in behaviour support, mentoring or nurture groups.
  • During or after exclusion or suspension.
  • In time-out rooms.
  • It can lead to further follow-up counselling.
  • It can be used in full class or group situations within PSHE/Character Education classes/SEAL.
  • In peer-peer mentoring, with older students guiding younger pupils through it.

How are Behaviour Worksheets used?

  • In formal detention sessions if you have them, or during less formal time-out.
  • One-to-one in behaviour support, mentoring or nurture groups.
  • During or after exclusion or suspension.
  • During internal exclusion.
  • In time-out rooms.
  • At home (parents can be asked to sign the pupil’s work).
  • They can lead to further follow-up counselling.
  • When the teacher needs to reprimand an individual pupil after a misdemeanour.

How are Behaviour Play Scripts used?

  • They fit nicely into School Assembly.
  • They could also feature as part of a Year Group Assembly.
  • They can be used in small groups within behaviour support to focus on an aspect of specific behaviour.
  • They can be used in Form Periods or with the class teacher.
  • They could be acted out during Drama Class or Circle Time in the junior school.
  • They can be used as material during an English lesson.