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.

Being Excluded
Being excluded

Introduction

During the introduction to the session it will be helpful for the facilitator to describe the basic contents of the course and the rationale for students actually participating in the course. It would be helpful to outline reasons why the students have been excluded from school and the purpose of the PRU placement. It will then also be important to formulate group rules prior to starting the first games activity. Setting group rules should lead on from the discussion of the course objectives. It is essential that students have the time to agree and discuss their own set of rules so as to ensure ownership of them and that everyone in the group or class adheres to them in each of the ...

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