Are you trying to support...

A young student shouting angrily

Kids who are explosive, 'lose it' for no reason...

...or don't seem capable of learning to regulate their emotions (despite your best efforts)?

Female teacher, sitting at desk, stressed, rubbing temples

A 'hard class', filled with students who constantly argue...

...and you feel like you spend all day putting out fires (instead of actually teaching)?

Girl student, looking down and refusing to speak

Pupils with high-level behavioural special needs...

...who are 'stuck', don't respond to your school's behaviour system and aren't making any progress (emotionally or behaviourally)?

Persistently challenging behaviour - day in, day out - isn't just draining. It's unhealthy. For you. For the student with behaviour needs. And for the rest of the class as well.

But here's the real tragedy.

None of these behaviour problems are 'new'.

The solutions to most of these issues have already been found... and with some small (but powerful) changes, you could quickly get classroom behaviour back on track.

Sounds impossible? Here's the good news

If you've completed your teacher training - and you can already stand in front of a classroom and speak to a group of students - you already have all the qualities you need to improve behaviour in your classroom.

You just need to know which strategies and teaching approaches to use (and, equally importantly, which to avoid!)

Strategies you can start using immediately and that will make a difference in the vast majority of cases.

(Honesty time: they won't work for every student, 100% of the time, because a very small percentage of students have such severe mental health issues or child protection issues. But even in these cases, the right strategies, used consistently, will lead to improvement.)

So what's the fastest way of learning these strategies?

Answer: Practical advice from experts who've helped hundreds of teachers, just like you, resolve behaviour problems successfully. Experts who've spent years teaching kids with significant behaviour needs.

Don't allow any more precious teaching time to go to waste. It's time to leverage expert strategies that have already been proven to work for other teachers.

Introducing... The Inner Circle!

The Inner Circle is your one-stop shop for all things behaviour

It's a comprehensive platform filled with videos, resources and behaviour inspiration, written by behaviour experts with decades of experience

It's like the Netflix of behaviour management for teachers

Behaviour advice, whenever you need it

Inner Circle feels like having a behaviour expert on call, 24-7. Our online videos walk you through solutions to common behaviour problems, step-by-step

Our best techniques

Inner Circle is where we keep our newest (and best) behaviour secrets. You'll get VIP access to members-only content

Everything you need, in one place

Whether it's the best classroom strategies and tactics, behavioural special needs, or practical resources - the Inner Circle has you covered

Get the answers you need... today

Don't waste time learning from 'trial and error' (it's slow and painful). Learn from behaviour experts with years of practical classroom experience

"I have been teaching for many years and can honestly say that I have never learnt so much, or been so inspired before, by any training that I have undertaken! [This] will prove invaluable for the pupils in our care!”

M. Logie

What you get

We add new, exclusive content to our Inner Circle membership every month (in term time).

This currently includes:

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Available: 17th Nov 2021

How To Support Pupils With Oppositional Defiant Disorder

Find out what drives the behaviour of pupils with ODD... plus classroom support strategies that will finally help them achieve their potential in the classroom.

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Video training

How To Structure A Restorative Conversation

Learn this simple technique to teach children how to resolve conflict successfully - for themselves - through restorative conversations.

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Video training

How To Support Pupils With Sensory Needs

Learn how unmet sensory needs can actually fuel emotional dysregulation in students - and the secrets of the three overlooked senses that have a big impact on pupil behaviour. Includes 42 practical sensory support strategies.

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Video training

How To Win Agreement In Difficult Meetings With Parents

Sometimes meetings with parents about their child’s behaviour can lead to disagreement - and quickly sour. Here’s how to get those meetings right so you maintain positive home/school relationships.

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Video training

How To Minimise Low-Level Disruption

If constant low-level disruption is driving you mad and disrupting your lessons, I'll help you to work out what function these behaviours serve and what you can do to get the focus back onto teaching and learning.

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Video training

How To Use Feedback Loops To Change Behaviour

Learn the strengths and weaknesses of feedback loops (systems of rewards and consequences) - and how best to leverage them to improve behaviour in your classroom.

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Video training

How To Use Mindful Moments to Help Students Regulate Their Emotions

If you're working with individuals or classes who become overwhelmed by their emotions, teaching these specific mindfulness techniques can really help.

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Video training

How To Support Students With Pathological Demand Avoidance

Get these practical strategies for helping pupils with PDA move away from controlling (or disruptive) classroom behaviours.

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Video training

How to support parents with their child's diagnosis

Getting a diagnosis for their child can be a rollercoaster of emotions for parents. Here's how to support them on that journey.

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Video training

How To Use Emotional Scaling

Do you teach pupils who struggle to manage strong emotions like anger - and who lose control at the slightest trigger? Lean how to use emotional scaling to help them.

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Video training

How To Use Comic Strip Conversations

Learn how to use comic strip conversations to communicate with pupils who struggle to understand social situations.

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Video training

How To Motivate Change In Hard-To-Reach Pupils

Learn why behaviour interventions often fail with hard-to-reach students - and how to finally engage them in positive behaviour change.

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Video training

How to Support Pupils With Attachment Needs

Discover how parenting styles influence children's attachment styles. Learn what to do (and what to avoid) if you're working with pupils who have an insecure attachment with their primary caregiver.

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Video training

How To Easily Defuse Confrontations

Challenging behaviour is on the rise - so it's important to know how to defuse confrontations quickly and confidently. Here are 3 easy strategies anyone can learn to achieve success.

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Video training

How To Help Pupils Manage Transitions

Teach students how to cope with transitions by scaffolding their experience and building coping skills to manage change.

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Video training

How To Support Students With Anxiety And Fear

Do you work with a pupil whose anxiety stops them realising their potential? Use this science-based approach to help them get over their fears and succeed in the classroom.

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Video training

How To Support Pupils With Grief and Loss

Find out what children of different ages and stages understand about death and how their behaviour is affected by grief. Learn exactly what you can say and do to support your pupils during this incredibly difficult time.

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Video training

How To Manage Challenging Conversations With Parents

Ever had to deal with parents who are disgruntled, angry or downright rude? You're not on your own! These strategies will put you back in the driver's seat - so you feel cool, calm and in control.

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Video training

How To Use Praise To Improve Classroom Behaviour

Want more positive behaviour in your classroom? Then knowing how to use effective praise is essential. Here's how to get praise right (and how to make sure it doesn't backfire on you!)

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Video + downloads

How To Help Pupils Reframe Confrontation

Do some of your students believe the world is out to get them - and overreact to even the smallest problem? This simple resource will help them choose a different response to life's difficulties.

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Video training

How to prevent meltdowns

Learn what drives pupils with autism to experience meltdowns... plus 15 simple, practical strategies you can use in your classroom to prevent meltdowns from happening in the first place.

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Video training

How to coach pupils through strong emotions

Use our simple 3-step communication strategy to help your pupils thrive emotionally and socially. Teach them how to self-regulate by recognising, naming and managing their own stress responses.

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Video training

How to reset behaviour with tricky classes

Sometimes, you get a tricky class where behaviour gets in the way of learning. Here's how to put classroom behaviour back on the right track, even part way through the year.

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Video training

How to set out your classroom for behaviour success

The classroom environment has a huge impact on student behaviour. Here's how to get yours right... by making small (but powerful) changes that improve student focus and minimise negative behaviour.

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Video training

How to write targets that actually change behaviour

Finally: a step-by-step guide for writing behaviour targets that actually drive change (harnessing the latest behavioural science)

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Video training

How To De-escalate Like A Champion

Learn the secrets of the anger-cycle, amygdala hijack and our 'firebreak formula' to successfully manage emotion-fuelled confrontations.

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Powerpoint + resources

Is it bullying?

A done-for-you presentation about the difference between bullying and meanness. Includes a poster to print and display, tips sheets and an activity worksheet.

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Powerpoint + resources

Managing Feelings Presentation

A done-for-you presentation about managing anger you can use with the children in your primary school.

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Video + downloads

Problem-free Playtimes

Want the children in your primary school to spend lunchtimes playing games that keep them active, occupied and happy? You're going to have everything you need to make this happen.

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Video training

Lunchtime Masterplan

You'll walk away with a step-by-step masterplan for transforming lunchtimes that's specific to your school. You'll make lunchtimes for your students the best they can be... starting today.

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Video training

ADHD Calm and refocussed

Imagine your pupils with ADHD are calm, engaged and focussed on learning. Here are 6 simple things you can do to make that happen.

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Video training

Back on task

Curb classroom disruption with our 3 proven scripts for managing challenging students. Use them in your class today and put the focus back on teaching and learning.

"I want to say how good the videos are which I've listened to so far.  Everything is explained really clearly.  I love the fact that they're broken down into different sections with an introduction and recap at the end.  The use of example scenarios is also particularly helpful. Probably some of the best and clearest training I've seen."

D. Wilton

But that's not all...

...because you'll also get access to Behaviour Tactics.

In Behaviour Tactics, we answer real questions from our community about behaviour issues they're seeing in school.

You describe the situation, we provide the solutions.

It's like being a 'fly-on-the-wall' for our real-world behaviour consultations.

Whether it's a problem with individual students, questions about SEN, how to work with 'tricky' classes or even developing whole school strategy - Behaviour Tactics is on hand to give you practical, step-by-step solutions.

Plus, Behaviour Tactics is searchable - so you can quickly find solutions for behaviour issues you're seeing in school. It feels like having a behaviour expert on-tap!

"Even with 25 years under my belt, those nuggets of info on the Behaviour Tactics part of Inner Circle are great. I searched for ‘chair rocking’ and it changed my way of thinking about the problem completely.  I am also using the "go up to the child quietly and remind of behaviour expected and stating it's the class rules" to great effect for low level attention seeking."

Rob Faris, Assistant Head Teacher

Join today - and start getting the answers you're looking for

To make that decision easy for you...

Get your first 7 days of Inner Circle for just £1 (for individual users)

See if Inner Circle works for you, at virtually zero risk. Not happy? Cancel within the trial period and don't pay a penny more!

We've priced Inner Circle at only £12.99/month (for individual users)

That's less than the price of a small ham and pineapple pizza at my local Domino's. If you can afford a monthly takeaway pizza for one, you can afford Inner Circle!

There's no contract, no long-term commitment

Like Netflix, you'll be in complete control. Stop and start your subscription at any time - it's easy!

Plus: buy today, and we will never increase your subscription rate
(protecting you from price rises, as long as your subscription remains in date)

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And get the classroom success you deserve

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IMPORTANT

If you're facing extreme or challenging classroom behaviour, please do not ignore it.

Without the right strategies, behaviour problems tend to get worse and become more entrenched. The longer you leave them, the harder they are to fix.

So whether you use the strategies in Inner Circle - or get support from another provider - don't wait.

Please take action today.

"You have a natural ability to explain things in clear simple steps for everyone to understand. I thought the content was great. I listened to the ADHD section and found that really useful. Just it’s simplicity. You make everything seem doable and simple.”

L. McNab (School Improvement Lead)

Frequently asked questions

How often do you release new content?

In term time, we release an episode of Behaviour Tactics and one premium training resource every month.

(We follow the school term times in Birmingham, UK)

What if I want to cancel? Am I locked in?

No. You're in complete control of your subscription. We hope you stay forever... but you can cancel at any time through the 'My Account' section of your dashboard.

Do I need to be technically minded to use the Inner Circle?

No. If you can log into a website and watch a YouTube video, you have all the skills you need.

What happens at the end of the '£1 for 7 days' trial?

You'll move to our monthly subscription, charged at £12.99.

If you find Inner Circle isn't a good fit for you, simply cancel your subscription before the end of your trial, and no further money will be charged.

How long does it take to get access to the Inner Circle?

Once we've processed your payment details, you'll be emailed your access details immediately.

Who is Inner Circle for? Is it only for teachers in the UK?

It's aimed at teaching staff who work with children of school age.

All of our techniques are based on psychological principles, so they should be applicable wherever you work in the world.

I represent a school. Can we use this programme to train our staff?

Only if you purchase an Inner Circle School Access subscription.