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Your anger – your choice

Steve Rowan looks at how to understand poor anger management in young people with SEN

Ofsted starts no notice behaviour inspections

The Chief Inspector of Ofsted has initiated a rolling programme of unannounced visits to schools where standards of behaviour are giving cause for concern. Sir...

Conduct unbecoming

Mark Baker outlines new NICE guidance on managing conduct disorders and antisocial behaviour in children

Who cares?

Without rapid systemic change, the future for children in care looks bleak, says Charlie Mead

The power of peers

Deborah Litten and Paty Paliokosta explain how a social skills intervention can promote positive behaviour and reduce social isolation

Designing for BESD

Creating the right environment is crucial for students with behavioural, emotional and social difficulties to flourish, says Sandy Wright

How to support those with ADHD

Susan Yarney looks at how to provide the right support at home and school for children and young people with ADHD

Train parents to manage conduct disorder

Parents should be given specific training to support children who have conduct disorders, says new guidance by the National Institute for Health and Care...

Why behaviour is never bad

Louise Kadayer explains how understanding where problem behaviour comes from can help us to manage it

SEN exclusions are “unacceptably high”

Children with SEN are nine times more likely to be excluded from school than those with no identified special need. A new report by...