An author and multi-academy trust CEO is using Twitter to give schools free advice on behaviour management.
Jeremy Rowe, the CEO of the Waveney Valley Academies Trust, and author of Sorting out behaviour: A head teacher’s guide, is encouraging schools to get in touch via the handle @behaviour999 for free advice on individual and strategic behaviour management.
Schools and individuals can put a query to the account anonymously, or email Rowe directly to receive advice tailored to their needs.
“I’ve been to quite a few schools to help and work with them and I thought there might be a gap for an anonymous helpline that schools could use if they wanted to, no charge,” he explained.
“I think some schools are afraid they need help with this – but there’s nothing wrong with it because everyone’s been there.”
To get in touch with any queries, you can tweet @behaviour999.