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Behaviour management: pupils with emotional and learning needs

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Last updated on 3 February 2017
School types: All · School phases: Primary, Secondary
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How can we manage the behaviour of pupils with emotional and learning needs? This article features case studies and videos that outline how schools are addressing challenging behaviour. It also looks at some psychological perspectives on behaviour management.

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  1. 1 Making outcomes predictable
  2. 2 Learning from other settings
  3. 3 Using physical activity to improve behaviour
  4. 4 Psychological perspectives on behaviour
  5. 5 Setting up a nurture group

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  • 2 videos
  • 8 external links

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