National Curriculum - Principles of Curriculum Design
A school's curriculum consists of everything that promotes learners' intellectual, personal, social and physical development. As well as lessons and extracurricular activities, it includes approaches to teaching, learning and assessment, the quality of relationships within school, and the values embodied in the way the school operates. This resource contains a range of materials which show a clear linkage between behaviour and learning and emphasise curriculum-relevance as a key element in teaching.
DCSF- Behaviour and attendance Website
The principal source of up-to-date guidance and documentation on behaviour and attendance. Important linkages are made between behaviour and the curriculum in these.
DfEE Emotional and behavioural difficulties in mainstream schools (Research Report 90)
A meta-analysis plus recommendations on approaches used in mainstream settings.
Social and Emotional aspects of Learning (SEAL)
A curriculum resource to help primary schools develop children's social, emotional and behavioural skills. It includes assemblies and follow-up ideas for work in class.
The educational evidence portal is run by a consortium of partners in collaboration with theEPPI Centre
at the Institute of Education, London as part of its development of the wider European EIPPEE portal