Challenging Behaviours in Mainstream Schools: Practical Strategies for Effective Intervention and Reintegration
This book is designed to help; schools and LEAs meet their responsibilities under the new Social Inclusion: Pupil Support guidance; and teachers successfully include and reintegrate pupils with emotional and behavioral difficulties and challenging behaviors by offering a structured program that includes assessment, group work and post-intervention strategies.
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appropriate areas assessment tool attending behavioural difficulties Behaviours in Mainstream carers Challenging Behaviours Chapter class teacher classroom Code of Practice continuum Coping in Schools criterion is never criterion Rarely fufils curriculum David Fulton Publishers developed DfEE discussed dual registration early intervention effective emotional and behavioural feedback fulfils this criterion group of pupils group work approach important in-school initial integration involved Jane McSherry 2001 key person learning mentor Learning Support Unit lessons Mainstream Schools meeting monitoring parents Pastoral Support Programme permanently excluded planning positive Post-transfer support Practice COP primary school problems PSP process Pupil Referral Unit pupils re-integrating pupils with challenging pupils with emotional re-integration group re-integration programme Re-integration Readiness Scale receiving school Schools Scale CISS Score secondary school secondary transfer SENCO sessions shared shorter version skills social staff stage steering group strategies successful support for pupils supportive adult target setting Wandsworth