We know that libraries are unique spaces, and often present unique behaviour challenges. 

Led by experienced teacher, behaviour specialist and HUGE school library advocate, Keely Baker, this in person, half day course will teach you how to: 
* Understand yourself, your teenagers and your context
* Engage in successful teamwork with your management and other support colleagues
* Implement effective conflict resolution 

Relaxed and informative, this session is ideal for both school library staff as well as those working with young people in a public library setting. Including time for you to share your specific concerns, we’ll work through real life scenarios to provide practical support and show that you are not alone.
Leave feeling confident that positive behaviour systems and standards are achievable, and that the benefits will be felt across your entire organisation.
If you have a specific area you would like to discuss, please email the details to helen.emery@sla.org.uk by Monday 19th Sept and we will ensure this is covered on the day. 

Speaker Info

Speaker Name

Keely Baker

Speaker Details
Keely is an experienced teacher of Modern Foreign Languages and is part of the behaviour team at King Edward School, Lichfield. A HUGE School Library advocate, Keely has a proven track record of utilizing her behaviour management skills in a library context.