I would be grateful for advice on behaviour management. I am a recently qualified teacher working with Y3 pupils. During my teaching practices I didn't have any obvious problems with behaviour. However, with my current class (who are well-known in the school for their behaviour since infants) are really causing me some trouble. It is hard to engage them and to keep their attention despite my planning what I believe are fun lessons. We made up class rules at the start of the year and I constantly draw their attention to them (they are displayed prominently in the classroom). However, despite this there are still children who stand up when I am delivering my lesson and attempt to walk across the room. There are children who ask questions without raising their hand, interrupting me when I am speaking. There are others that shout out during my input session or talk to those around them. Even during individual work there are children who are disruptive and disobedient. I have tried lots of techniques that I have used before - such as Star of the Week and stickers for good behaviour. I use positive and negative points and ask the children to explain to me why they are given these points. My main difficulty is that I am in a foreign state school system and I do not have the class to myself. They have another teacher who teaches them most of the subjects. Although I try to co-ordinate with this teacher to make sure we use the same or similar strategies it can be difficult. I am also unable to use techniques such as table points as the teacher has the classroom set up in rows and I cannot change this. I have also had a problem with children asking to go to the toilet constantly. I am about to try a technique I read about which is to have a "necklace" at the front of the room and if someone wants to go to the toilet they take this with them. That way children know they can only go one at a time and it also stops them interrupting the lesson to ask. Any other ideas would be gratefully received. I have basic classroom facilities available (no interactive whiteboards, mini whiteboards etc) so I try and be creative to make my lessons engaging but wonder where I am failing. I know that i need to be consistent with behaviour management but the tricks that I have tried seem to have little effect. When I first introduced stickers and certificates for good behaviour on Fridays children were well behaved all week. Now they just buck up a bit on Fridays! The school doesn't really have much of a whole school policy and I am willing to try anything!