I have been lucky enough to have a weekly day in a school since January covering a teacher that works 4 days a week due to commute issues. The class is a lively EYFS class who are lovely apart from 2 boys that to be perfectly frank, make every Wednesday a real chore. One of the children has serious behavioural issues (destructive/escaping/shouting at teachers/harms other children) but he has not been assessed or recommended for anything to my knowledge. All my energy is spent keeping him from harm and running after him when I have the other children to look after (who are tired of it as well) and the TA in the class refuses point blank to chase after him and often leaves it up to me despite my other duties. I have asked about him and his issues and I keep getting the response 'not yet/maybe in year one' and his behaviour sactions are the same as the rest of the class/school which are ineffective. His mother came to speak to me about her concern for continuity (She reassured me however it wasnt personal and she was happy with me as his teacher) but brought up concerns that he ahsnt had a reading book for ages/no hand writing book and seemed to downplay his regular teacher a bit. Due to this I left note to the regular teacher explaining that we should form some sort of continuity for him. The other child has similar violent outbursts, seems to lack self control and also needs to be assessed (I have also brought this child up to much the same response). I love the school and staff but when i walk into the classroom each Wednesday which is often disorganised and no notes left for me ever and I see these children being ignored I get the feeling the Teacher is either stressed or (hopefully not) cant be bothered. What can I do? I feel quite powerless as a one day supply but I want action taken.