This practical, innovative resource for teachers of 9-12 year olds who exhibit difficult behavior helps children safely address typical difficulties through activities and group discussion.

Introduction and Rationale
Introduction and rationale

The Government's recent agenda for inclusion in schools and the focus on preventing and reducing exclusions has further raised awareness as to the specific needs of students with social, emotional and behavioural difficulties. Many mainstream schools have consequently had to rethink how these students are both supported and managed within this context. Under the Excellence in Cities Initiative schools have been able to further access student referral units and learning support units alongside setting up on-site units and introducing and implementing Pastoral Support Plans (PSPs).

A plethora of programmes has also been developed with the aim of providing students with opportunities to develop the social, emotional and behavioural skills that they need in order to both access the curriculum and to ...

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