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Severe Behavioural Problems

Very severe behaviour problems sometimes require a more boundaried approach. Here, a child may not gain a reward because the behaviour is too severe. It is good to discuss such major incidents in class meetings to discourage behaviour of this severity.
An example of a particularly difficult-to-manage behaviour is a child refusing to leave your classroom when requested to do so. This requires a very systematic approach:
1.      Walk towards the child you need to leave your classroom and stand to the side of them, slightly behind them.
2.      Bend down and in a low and steady tone say, “I’m not accepting this behaviour from you. I would now like you to the leave the classroom and wait outside the door and think about whether you would like to change your behaviour and come back in to the classroom or go down to the head teacher’s office.”
3.      If the child does this, wait a few minutes to give them time to calm, and then go outside the classroom and say, “Well, what is your decision…to change your behaviour and come back in?…or go to the head teacher’s office?”
4.      The child more often than not chooses to return to the classroom.
5.      If (after point 2) the child will not leave the classroom after being requested to do so, either use the class phone (if there is one), or instruct a sensible child to go and inform the head teacher of the situation in order to implement the school behavioural policy.
It is important to acknowledge that there may be times when the school behavioural policy will need to be implemented.

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