Hi guys, I work in a SEN school working with a KS1 class of varying abilities, generally from P2 to P8. I have a child who is absolutely lovely but never stops talking and interupting. As you can imagine, it's driving me slightly crazy! He's one of the brightest in my class and it's great having conversations with him but I want him to learn when it's ok to talk and when he should listen. I know it won't happen overnight, I just would like him to be working on it... Hence, I'm thinking of giving him this as a target on his new IEP. I'm just not sure how to word it and what strategies to use to help him to succeed. I'm thinking of having symbols to use with him that are dangling from my pants like, ' Listen' and 'Time to talk' or something like that, so that I can show them quickly when needed. I think he would respond well to this as he is on the autistic spectrum and symbols work well with him. What do you think and does anyone have any other suggestions that have worked well for them? Thanks, Vix.