The national picture of school behaviour is complex, but numerous indicators suggest that it can be better in a great number of schools and contexts. Every leader should consciously aspire to the very best behaviour possible in their schools as a matter of priority. There are a number of strategies that schools with outstanding behaviour use frequently, and these should be shared and made available to all school leaders in order for them to decide if they are appropriate for their schools. This report is an attempt to distill the experience and wisdom of practitioners, for the most part still current in their field. As a result, it is authoritative but not definitive or exhaustive. While its conclusions are a distillation of very broad experiential constituencies, it is also a meditative document. Its observations and recommendations are designed to be practical and represent the real issues faced in school leadership, and the very great possibilities offered by improvement in the area of whole school behaviour. The following are appended: (1) Summary of ITT Behaviour Management Recommendations: Case Study Method; (2) Behaviour Audit Survey for Schools/Inspectors; (3) Literature Review; (4) Bibliography; and (5) Acknowledgements.