I teach Year 1 and have an autistic child and another child who comes with a lot of social issues who have recently started swearing ALL THE TIME. I have tried the following strategies with no success and really need some help now because I'm at my wit's end and parents are starting to complain. I have tried: - Ignoring the behaviour - Praising the children NOT swearing - Giving the boys doing it stickers if they make it to lunch time / home time without swearing - Social stories to explain why we don't swear - Restorative justice - the boys drew pictures of all the people they upset when they swear - Getting parents in - Stern voice - Red traffic light - Removal of 'merit' points - Missing play time - Missing golden time None are working - SMT said the boys will more than likely just stop by themselves.... The swearing occurs on the yard at other children or on the carpet - they whisper it to children near them. I've changed their carpet spots to sit by sensible children who I've taught to not react to the swearing, but I can hear it and I know it's disrupting my lesson. Please help!