Related Early Career Framework strands
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.
1e. Creating a culture of respect and trust in the classroom that supports all pupils to succeed (e.g. by modelling the types of courteous behaviour expected of pupils).
1f. Teaching and rigorously maintaining clear behavioural expectations (e.g. for contributions, volume level and concentration).
1g. Applying rules, sanctions and rewards in line with school policy, escalating behaviour incidents as appropriate.
7.2 A predictable and secure environment benefits all pupils, but is particularly valuable for pupils with special educational needs.
7.3 The ability to self-regulate one’s emotions affects pupils’ ability to learn, success in school and future lives.
7.5 Building effective relationships is easier when pupils believe that their feelings will be considered and understood.
7a. Establishing a supportive and inclusive environment with a predictable system of reward and sanction in the classroom.
7b. Working alongside colleagues as part of a wider system of behaviour management (e.g. recognising responsibilities and understanding the right to assistance and training from senior colleagues).
7e. Using consistent language and non-verbal signals for common classroom directions.
7f. Using early and least-intrusive interventions as an initial response to low level disruption.
7g. Responding quickly to any behaviour or bullying that threatens emotional safety.
7l. Responding consistently to pupil behaviour.