Hi. I've recently moved schools into a 2 form entry primary. I have a boy in my class, year 4, who is very disruptive - shouting out, throwing things at the other children, calling them names such as `'dick" if they get an answer incorrect in class, banging on the table etc. I don't have any TA support in class and am finding managing this behaviour really challenging. I have tried being really positive with him, giving him dojos for making good choices, following instructions, listening carefully and so on. I've tried ignoring him but his behaviour gets worse and worse until he is spoken to. I am following the school's behaviour policy but he will refuse to go into time to think. I have to send another child to fetch a member of senior management who will remove him from class. He will then come back into class and be generally calm for the next hour or so. I tried using a behaviour chart with him as an incentive, whereby if he remained on task and didn't distract others he could have some time at the end of the day with the TA from the other year group class to do a chosen activity. This was really working with him and his behaviour improved. However, the TA complained to senior management that she was not happy to do this, they spoke to me and said there was no one else available, so I have been unable to continue with his chart. I am finding his behaviour really hard work, its really disrupting teaching the class as I have to keep stopping to remind him of rules and he will shout over me. Senior management have said this is all attention seeking and he likes the one to one time he has with them when he is sent out. They have advised I try and keep him in class as much as possible and find strategies to include him. I have also spoken to the SENCO who said I need to keep on building a relationship with him and things will improve. Has anyone got any ideas please?