Related Early Career Framework strands
1.1 Teachers have the ability to affect and improve the wellbeing, motivation and behaviour of their pupils.
1.2 Teachers are key role models, who can influence the attitudes, values and behaviours of their pupils.
1.4 Setting clear expectations can help communicate shared values that improve classroom and school culture.
1.5 A culture of mutual trust and respect supports effective relationships.
1d. Seeking opportunities to engage parents and carers in the education of their children (e.g. proactively highlighting successes).
1h. Acknowledging and praising pupil effort and emphasising progress being made.
7.1 Establishing and reinforcing routines, including through positive reinforcement, can help create an effective learning environment.
7.5 Building effective relationships is easier when pupils believe that their feelings will be considered and understood.
7.6 Pupils are motivated by intrinsic factors (related to their identity and values) and extrinsic factors (related to reward).
7a. Establishing a supportive and inclusive environment with a predictable system of reward and sanction in the classroom.
7o. Helping pupils to journey from needing extrinsic motivation to being motivated to work intrinsically.
8.4 Building effective relationships with parents, carers and families can improve pupils’ motivation, behaviour and academic success.
8h. Communicating with parents and carers proactively and making effective use of parents’ evenings to engage parents and carers in their children’s schooling.