Breakout Session 2: BehaviourThe workshop showcased examples of good practice in implementing the duties through ensuring we promote positive pupil behaviour and address the emotional well being of our children and young people. The presentations focused on an example of good practice around one or more of the duties, indicating how it relates to meeting their duties in the other areas. What has worked and what challenges lie ahead were highlighted.
Contributors to the workshop included: Lauren Seager, Regional Strategy Co-ordinator, Anti-Bullying Alliance, National Children's Bureau; Angela Hart, Professor of Child, Family and Community Health University of Brighton; Gerry German, Director, Community Empowerment Network; Daniela Wachsening, Equalities Policy Advisor, Association of Teachers & Lecturers. The workshop was chaired by Sarah Isal, Senior Research and Policy Analyst, Runnymede Trust
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Emotional Well-Being by Angela Hart, professor of Child, Family and Community Health, University of Brighton
Race Equality in Education: Duty or Principle? by Daniela Wachsening, Equalities Policy Advisor, Association of Teachers & Lecturers