ABSTRACT

Offering up-to-date research on school discipline and bullying, this study emphasizes the management of school discipline through school policies and the responsibility of problems by all members of staff. It gives examples of curriculum initiatives that address pupils with discipline problems.

chapter |7 pages

Introduction

Edited ByNeville Jones, Eileen Baglin Jones

part One|52 pages

Support and Management of Pupil Behaviour

chapter 2|19 pages

Management and Teachers – Discipline and Support

ByDavid Gillborn

chapter 3|17 pages

Teachers and Magistrates Working Together: The School Report

ByEileen Baglin Jones

part Two|35 pages

The Bullying Aspect of Pupil Behaviour

chapter 4|18 pages

Bullying: A Whole-School Response

ByDelwyn Tattum, Eva Tattum

chapter 5|17 pages

Bullying: Pupil Relationships

ByHelen Cowie, Michael J. Boulton, Peter K. Smith

part Three|86 pages

Learning Through Curriculum Initiatives

chapter 6|17 pages

Curriculum Initiatives and Pupil Achievement in Oxfordshire

ByNeville Jones, Eileen Baglin Jones

chapter 7|11 pages

The Lower Attaining Pupil: Seen but not Heard

ByChristine Hodgkinson

chapter 8|23 pages

Teaching Thinking: Past and Present

ByNigel Blagg

chapter 9|16 pages

Using ‘Somerset Thinking Skills’ to Promote Oracy in the Classroom

ByDavid Bowdler, Terri Webb, Stuart Dyke

chapter 10|19 pages

Reading Recovery: It’s not what you do it’s the way you do it

ByPeter Geekie