Centralised detentions are fundamental to a great behaviour system | Rosalind Walker

 

I am of the opinion that centralised detentions are not just great for workload but actually fundamental to a great behaviour system.

 
A good centralised detention system not only groups detainees together but also centralises the administration so that one administrator phones home, tracks attendance, and administers escalation for non-attendance.

The benefits of this are many:

 

1. Time saved. We need time to plan for the new GCSEs, apart from anything else. We need a sensible workload so our teachers can be the best that they can be. We need it for recruitment and…

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