Creating a Positive Behaviour Culture in Schools
Do you wish that you or your teachers were better equipped to create a culture of positive behaviour within your classrooms and school?
Click here to watch the webinar about the programme.
Read a case study about the programme
The programme comprises four components:
€175 with access for up to 24 months.
Investment for schools:€1,750 for schools of up to 20 participating teachers, which gives schools access to the programme for two years.€50 per teacher for each additional teacher over 20.
Duration: 12 hours.
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About the Creators
Fiona Richardson's career in the education sector has been multi-faceted, encompassing a range of professional experiences. She has taught in both Ireland and the United Kingdom, and supported schools and teachers in her roles at the National Behaviour Support Service, the National Council for Special Education, and Hibernia College.
Karol Sadleir is an experienced school leader and is currently Deputy Principal at Pobalscoil Neasáin, Baldoyle, Dublin. Before her role at Pobalscoil Neasáin, Karol served as the Deputy Director of Junior Cycle for Teachers (JCT) and Regional Advisor for the Professional Development Service for Teachers (PDST), where she was responsible for delivering high-quality professional development programmes to teachers across the country.
David Jackson graduated from UCD with a BA in English and Economics, before going on to earn a Masters in Journalism from DIT. He then completed a M.Ed with a focus on English and Business at Hibernia College. David has been teaching English and Business at Pobalscoil Neasáin, Baldoyle in Dublin since 2018. He is currently facilitating the implementation of the Positive Behaviour for Schools programme in the school involving 22 teachers.
David brings a wealth of experience from over a decade of working in various roles in the private sector. As a CPD Executive with Engineers Ireland, he audited the CPD practices of many of Ireland's largest and most successful indigenous and multinational organisations. His role involved providing best-in-class L&D consultancy to organisations, helping them achieve and maintain the 'CPD Accredited Employer' standard.