Hi Tom I'm in the early stages of my career and have got a job as a Year 2 teacher at a new school. I have briefly met my new class. One of the boys, I have been told, has severe Behaviour and Social/Emotional difficulties. During the short lesson I taught he was constantly shouting out (not the answer - just random noises) and being very distracting - moving around a lot etc. He has no recognised condition as it were, but is very low across the board. I know it may be hard to give advice as you don't know the reasons for the shouting etc. but just wanted advice on how I should manage his behaviour in the first few weeks. In the event that he is shouting out whilst I'm teaching should I pick him up on this each time (e.g. that's your second warning/third warning etc) or should I ignore some of it? It seems that I shouldn't ignore it as the other pupils have a right to learn but then I don't want the situation whereby he is being kept in every playtime etc as would rather have a positive approach. Any suggestions would be gratefully received thanks.