Training Continues For Schools’ Positive Behaviour Management Programme

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Several principals and senior teachers drawn from schools already in the Schools’ Positive Behaviour Management Programme (SPBMP), will benefit frm additional training by month-end.

Over 60 principals and teachers will undergo the training, which aims to assist them in developing a school-wide behaviour management plan, intended to guide them in establishing systems for bullying prevention; action planning; data management; reward; greater parental involvement; and responding to behavioural problems.

The Ministry of Education and Human Resource Development will conduct the training workshop on Tuesday, January 25, and Wednesday, January 26, at the Lloyd Erskine Sandiford Centre, Two Mile Hill, from 9:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Education Officer, Janice Reid, and National Technical Officer with the SPBMP, Nicole Phillips, will be the main facilitators for the course, which will be officially opened by Acting Chief Education Officer, Laurie King.

Presently, there are 19 primary schools and one secondary school which follow the principles of SPBMP.??jgill@barbados.gov.bb

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