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Violent Children

Discussion in 'Primary' started by IndigoDreams, Jan 6, 2012.

  1. Probably there is lots more that can be done.

    Probably he could be better supported in school, by training his TA better. And training his teacher better.

    His TA should have been able to prevent him getting that violent in the first place. Perhaps by removing him from class before he got violent.

    His teacher should have been able to provide a calmer environment that suited him better.

    The ASD Outreach team should have also been able to provide suggestions and help for the school and child.

    Without knowing an awful lot more details about, nobody can say whether school were doing everything they should have been or not.

    It really depends on the kid.
  2. Msz

    Msz Established commenter

    If you/the school are sure he is ASD why has it not been diagnosed?
    I agree the ASD team involvement would be the way ahead but they may not become involved without a definite diagnosis.
    I would look at things like the Incredible 5 point scale for setting up support so that he doesn't reach 5 and "explode"


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