Ive been looking for a different view point on my situation and could genuinely use some guidance as ive posted before on this issue. Any help appreciated! I teach a key stage 2 class with a disruptive child. He was going to a behaviour room for about three quarters of the week for the last year however when he returned to class there have often been various issues (this has existed since year2) Examples this year have included throwing objects at other children, throwing chairs, trying to escape from school and at one point being escorted back by the police (this being the most extreme situation) He has now come back into class full time. I have no ta support. I had made him a reward chart which had been suggested by a behavioural psychologist in year 3 and made clear rewards expectations and consequences. On monday there was an issue at dinner time and coming back to class he ripped up the sheet. He was eventually escorted out of class. It came to a head today. We were playing a game and he lost. He ripped the game I had made and began throwing pencils around the class. He then threw a rubber at my face before throwing tennis balls at the children. He was asked to leave to calm down and picked up a chair which he threatened to throw. He took a childs work and threw it in the bin before stealing mugs childrensitems off their desk. I called for help another teacher eventually came but couldn't remove him. He eventually calmed down. I nearly cried during this period because I didnt know what to do for my class safety. I have no support from smt, last time a very similar incident occured I was told I was obviously not managing him properly . He is given no consequences, never dealt with by smt. However its now got me questionning my ability. Why cant I cope with his behaviour? Why cant I stop this happening? Why do I have to call for other staff? What do I do if no one comes? I cant even talk to the head as it I am made to feel like an incompetent little girl. My boyfriend has full support from his smt at his school. Is this all my fault?