Teach a nightmare class...
Or defiant kids who keep 'losing it'?

Do you feel like...

  • You spend your days dealing with extreme student behaviour... instead of actually teaching?
  • Nothing seems to work? Being positive, following the behaviour policy... even shouting?
  • Your confidence has been knocked... and now you dread teaching 'that class'?

And the worst thing?

You feel stuck. Out of ideas. It's like being a student teacher all over again.

It's sucking the joy out of your job... and your life.

This isn't how you imagined your teaching career.

Before you know it...

You feel like the problem kids are 'winning'...

...at the expense of pupils who really want to learn

You feel like your mental health is under attack...

...because of the relentless stress, pushing you towards breaking point

You feel exhausted when you get home...

...and when you should be enjoying time with your loved ones, you find yourself thinking about problems at work

Bad behaviour is starting to spread across the class...

...making every day an uphill battle

You may even have questioned whether teaching is for you.

I want you to read the next sentence carefully:

This situation is not your fault - and you're not on your own

Right now, tens of thousands of other teachers are in exactly the same position as you. But no one talks about it.

The truth is... some students are beyond 'general' classroom management techniques.

And most teacher training doesn't prepare you to work with pupils who have serious and complex behaviour needs.

That's unfair... and you're not to blame.

So many teachers try to fix this situation by:

1. Googling for strategies:
This won't work, because articles on the web simply don't go into enough depth. Or they give you lots of theory - and then don't explain what to actually say or do in the classroom

2. Sticking with the same approach, but trying 'really hard' at at:
Let's be honest: if those general classroom strategies were going to work, they'd have worked first time. At this point, you need something stronger.

3. Asking a colleague for advice:
Unfortunately, unless your colleague's a behaviour specialist, they probably don't have the specific expertise to help you.

These approaches all fail for the same reason.

You don't get specialised advice from a behaviour expert who's been there before. Who can tell you exactly how you fix the problem, step-by-step.

Here's the good news

That means - 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.

You just need to know which strategies and teaching approaches to use (and which to avoid).

And what's the fastest way of getting that knowledge?

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.

Get unstuck by leapfrogging their experience!

It's time to get your classroom back.

Imagine... it's just 3 weeks later

Now:

  • Classroom behaviour is no longer a big problem and your focus is back on teaching - instead of fighting endless fires
  • You feel more confident managing challenging behaviour, because you're using targeted strategies that have been proven in 100s of other classrooms
  • You've created a more purposeful work environment for your class - so now they're more settled and making academic progress
  • Teaching feels easier, lighter, enjoyable again. It's like taking a breath of fresh air.

Plus:

  • Because you know why the strategies work, you're able to adapt them whenever you need to (so you can react to behaviour quickly and flexibly - without feeling stressed)
  • The pressure has gone - you feel more relaxed and in control
  • Other teachers want to know the 'secret' of how you brought your difficult class round

How good would that feel?

Let's turn that image into reality...

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

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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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.

But that's not all...

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

Twice monthly (in term time), 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.

Over time, Behaviour Tactics will build into a searchable database of problems and solutions for behaviour issues in school.

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

To make that decision easy for you...

We've priced Inner Circle at only £12.99/month

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!

Press the button below to join Inner Circle...

And get the classroom success you deserve

Inner Circle
  • Immediate access
  • New resources added regularly
  • Get our best behaviour tactics and strategies
  • Exclusive, members-only content
  • Unlimited access
  • No contract - cancel at any time
  • £12.99/month
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Frequently asked questions

How often do you release new content?

In term time, we release 2 episodes 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.

Do you offer a free trial?

No, Inner Circle does not include a trial period.

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 individual 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?

No - Inner Circle is for personal use only.