Contents

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5. Section One - Overview of Policies on Behaviour & Citizenship.

6. What is Citizenship?
7. Education for Citizenship
8. The Citizenship Entitlement.
9. Guidelines for a Behaviour Policy.
10. Active Citizenship
as a Behaviour Policy.

11. Section Two - Reviewing Systems and Learning Opportunities

12. Systems in Society.
13. School factors that influence behaviour and citizenship.
14. Reviewing Management Styles and Systems.
15. Checklist for a ‘Citizenship’ School.
16. Reviewing the Physical Environment - classroom organisation and displays.
17. Reviewing the Physical Environment - the playground.
18. Reviewing the Learning Environment.
19. The Relevant Curriculum.
20. Reviewing the Social and Emotional Environment.
21. Opportunities for social, emotional and moral literacy.
22. Planning for change - identifying priorities.

23. Section Three - Practicalities for Action on Behaviour and Citizenship.

24. Creating Positive Behaviour - moving from external to internal control.
26. Some Case Histories.
27. Some suggestions for dealing with these behaviour problems.
28. Starting Circletimes.
29. Developing Citizenship Through Circletimes.
30. Implementing Citizenship.
31. The Citizenship Curriculum - a planning framework for Key Stage 1. (4 to 7)
32. The Citizenship Curriculum - a planning framework for Key Stage 2 and 3. (7 to 14).
33. Literacy and Citizenship.
34. Themes for Citizenship.

35. Section Four - Planning and Review Sheets to Photocopy.

36. Planning Sheet
37. Review Sheet.
38. A ‘Plan, Do, Review’ Behaviour Sheet.
39. Discussion Sheet on Bullying.
40. Conclusion and web sites for more information.



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