NASUWT – Evaluation of the Behaviour Improvement Programme

Bad behaviour and truancy are two of the biggest challenges facing schools today; research shows that there are positive relationships between attendance at school and academic performance and powerful evidence that those who are not in school are easily drawn into crime and antisocial behaviour (DfES, 2002). Furthermore, in a number of schools, the behaviour and attendance of some pupils can disrupt others, reducing the educational opportunities for all. Tackling truancy and bad behaviour in schools is therefore crucial to improving levels of attainment for all pupils, improving their life chances and improving our communities as a whole.

In Autumn 2003, PRCI was requested by NASUWT to conduct research into the experiences of classroom teachers in the first phase of 34 behaviour Improvement Programme areas.

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