Behaviour management resources
Every teacher needs to have effective behaviour management techniques to ensure that they provide the best learning environment for all their pupils. Use this free collection of some of the best TES resources to help you manage behaviour in your classroom.
Use this PowerPoint presentation in assembly to reinforce the importance of having good attendance at school.
This document from The National Strategies gives advice on devising a whole-school attendance policy.
If a student is absent, use these labels to let them know what work they need to catch up on.
Use this sensitive resource to tackle the issue of school refusal.
Teachers TV looks at how one school in Hackney is using strict measures to improve attendance.
Agree the classroom rules and set the boundaries with this class contract, to be signed by every pupil.
TES’s resident behavioural guru, Tom Bennett, gives his top ten tips for keeping order in the classroom.
Consider the strategies for responding to and managing aggressive behaviour with this resource.
Employ this reflection tool to encourage students to accept responsibility for their behaviour.
A thoughtful resource encouraging teachers to use their body language as a behaviour- management tool.
This assembly gets students thinking about what makes a good friend and what makes a bully.
Tackle the issue of cyber bullying with this PowerPoint presentation to be used as an assembly.
These lessons explore children’s understanding of bullying and conflict and how to react to it.
Address the issue of homophobic bullying with this set of lessons.
Use this assembly during Anti-Bullying Week to target the key aspects of bullying.
Over 50 strategies for helping EAL learners across any Key Stage and subject.
Give students responsibilities for simple classroom tasks to help them feel included in the learning environment.
Use these adaptable cards to create a visual timetable for SEN and EAL pupils.
A wide selection of ideas for creating accessible and challenging lessons for SEN pupils.
Use this proforma to gather information on students and plan a programme of support.
Rewards and motivation
Save time when marking with these sticker templates to encourage student feedback.
This adaptable report can be used to document and report instances of good behaviour.
Three different styles of reward charts for encouraging better behaviour.
Editable wristbands to give to students to encourage and reward good behaviour.
Use this spread sheet league table to award students for good attendance, effort and behaviour.
Emotional and behavioural difficulties
PowerPoint presentations, activity booklets and worksheets to use with groups or individuals.
A simple sheet that can be worked through with a pupil to help identify what happens when they feel angry and what they can do to relieve their anger.
These reflection activities consist of an inspirational quote, followed by questions for discussion and a “word of the week” to encourage vocabulary development.
Visual strategies for students to look at their behaviour and create their own solutions.
A simple poster pinpointing the differences in the behaviour exhibited by children when having a tantrum.