Engaging the Disengaged is a though provoking and interactive event that looks at how educators can begin to engage and rekindle the interest of their students with their own learning.
'Broken Windows' is an in-depth and stimulating look at how and why students behave the way they do and what we, as educators, can do to improve their behaviour.
ATL Future Planning for Success CPD Programme
This ATL factsheet outlines your legal rights to discipline pupils, and includes information about detentions, confiscations and the use of reasonable force to restrain students.
Guides and advice
This practical, easy-to-use guide gives all the advice you need on dealing with violence, threatening behaviour and abuse in an education setting.
Confiscating pupils' property is a legitimate sanction provided that there is a good reason for so doing (as set out in the school rules) and that the length of time the article is confiscated is reasonable.
The school or college discipline policy should state clearly what sanctions are available and who has the power to impose them.
The government guidance on the Education and Inspections Act 2006, gives all staff in maintained schools in England and Wales legal rights to discipline pupils. This page provides an overview of those powers.
The Education and Inspections Act 2006 sets out clear rules as to who can give a detention, when it can take place, what notice must be given and whether parents can opt out.