Chartered College of Teaching, Bristol Network event
FREE online talk with Sam Strickland, author of ‘The Behaviour Manual: An Educator’s Guidebook’.
Hosted by Dr Steve Murray, Lead Practitioner for Data and Research at Orchard School Bristol.
- Webinar playback and resources: #ECSeries: Managing Behaviour in the Classroom with Amy Forrester
- Webinar playback: ‘Teach Like a Champion’ with Doug Lemov
- Behaviour Management: practical tips
- Publication by Sam Strickland: The Behaviour Manual: An Educator’s Guidebook
Sam Strickland is the Principal of a large all-through school and has helped to guide its GCSE results from the bottom 20% nationally to the top 20% and A Level outcomes to the top 5% nationally.
Sam began his teaching career as a History teacher in Bedfordshire having completed his PGCE in secondary history at the University of Cambridge under Christine Counsell. His career quickly accelerated and he became Head of History and Classics. He then moved on to become a Lead Professional and worked for a SCITT Consortium. During his time as an Assistant Head teacher, he had responsibility for the Sixth Form and led a Post 16 consortium arrangement. Sam also served as a Vice Principal, where he directly oversaw student care, the Sixth Form, the curriculum and served as the safeguarding lead for an entire Trust. Sam has served as an Associate Principal, with GCSE and A Level results under his tenure receiving commendation from the DFE, Nick Gibb and the SSAT.
The organiser of ResearchED Northampton and author of Education Exposed, Education Exposed 2 and The Behaviour Manual, he is a leading voice in the current conversation in education. He has had educational resources and research published, he regularly delivers courses and keynotes nationally and he has served as a lead facilitator for a variety of NPQs. Follow Sam on Twitter @Strickomaster
Dr Steve Murray, Lead Practitioner for Data and Research at Orchard School Bristol and Trust Leader in Education for Trust in Learning Academies (TiLA). Steve has a MSc and PhD in Climate Science and has taught geography in a number of secondary schools in North Bristol. He also has experience in middle and senior leadership, with both pastoral and pedagogical responsibility. Steve now also supports TiLA in linking educational research to classroom practice, in order to enhance teacher CPD and improve students’ academic progress. Follow Steve on Twitter @EduResearching.
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