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Session Overview

As we saw in the last session, when a pupil is off-task or causing low-level disruption, you should try and correct this using one of the least invasive techniques. However, if a pupil keeps exhibiting disruptive behaviours, or if their behaviour is more challenging or severe, it is likely you will need to address this by issuing a consequence or sanction.

To support you to do this, in this session you will explore:

  • Why are consequences or sanctions important?

  • How to issue consequences or sanctions effectively

    • Consistent
    • Depersonalised
    • Deferred
  • Identifying the appropriate consequences or sanctions