Basically, there is a job advertised in my county for a teacher to literally work one to one with a child with severe and complex behavioural issues in Year 4 and working at P levels. The school are not too worried about developing academically, more to do with developing emotionally, socially and focus on his behavioural needs. Also, the successful candidate will also have a learning support assistant alongside them and want us to provide a play based and nurturing curriculum. I know this is quite rare and unusual, but just wondered if any one had experienced this or can offer some advice at how you would go about this and also any application advice! I have some ideas such as fun activities that are related to his personal interests, using a sand timer - do activity for x minutes then play toy or something for x minutes, being patient etc. I haven't written the application yet so any help would be fab, thanks.