Tag Archives: discipline

Tackling bullying and improving school discipline: high-vis jackets or computer avatars?

20 Nov

Tackling bullying and improving school discipline: high-vis jackets or computer avatars?

High-visibility jackets as a punishment or avatars to resolve potential conflict?

Scottish teachers: how well behaved are your pupils?

30 Oct

Scottish teachers: how well behaved are your pupils?

Behaviour in Scottish Schools 2012 study (updated)

Are schools rewarding "things that should be taken for granted"?

16 Jul

Are schools rewarding "things that should be taken for granted"?

Comments by Dr Carol Craig, Director of Glasgow’s Centre for Confidence and Well-being.

The headline says it all. Twigg barking up wrong tree with military Murphy's Law

10 Jul

The headline says it all. Twigg barking up wrong tree with military Murphy's Law

Article on military or “service” schools and school cadets by MPs Stephen Twigg and Jim Murphy in The Daily Telegraph.

Do school cadet units improve behaviour, 'respect', 'self-esteem' and 'sense of community'?

30 Jun

Do school cadet units improve behaviour, 'respect', 'self-esteem' and 'sense of community'?

“New cadet units across England will be given a £10.85 million boost” but what about alternative programmes that could teach young people about team work, dedication and service?