I've just started a new job in Year 3 and I'm a feeling slightly challenged in managing the class. I have 2 boys in particular that make it hard to teach as they are constantly interrupting or being silly to get the attention of the other children or mine. One of the boys , let's call him Boy A, won't sit down on his chair or the carpet and listen. He has been removed from another class and out in mine. He shouts out all the time- really silly rude things or throws things across the class during whole class inputs. I cant get through 2 minutes without him interrupting or doing/saying something really silly. I've set him different work so he can just get on with it whilst I try and teach- but he prefers to try and entertain the class. Also I'm in an open plan classroom so he just wanders in and out when he pleases. He often wanders around and annoys other children by hitting or poking them. I feel like Im constantly chases him around to get back in the classroom. He has his own low achievement reward system which changes each week and he has a 30 minute reward at the end of the day where he can play or do something out of his box. But he wants to do this all the time instead of his work. He will just get up and get it out- some times going in my cupboard to get it. The other boy , Boy B, apparently used to be 'annoying and interrupts like a 3 year old' but since this other boy has joined the class his behaviour is worse. he encourages the other boy to be silly, do nasty things. He shouts out during inputs and won't sit down to do his work now. He just likes to wander to see the other boy in the class. Again, he has his own work set so he should be able to just get on with it for a while whilst I teach the class. I set up reward systems for him but he isn't interesting in any form- stickers, marbles, play money etc. Consequence wise- Boy B doesn't like going out side for play or doing pe or ICT time so I can't take time away from that. None of the parents would support behaviour issues either. Any advice or suggestions to try would be great!