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Behaviour Tips & Strategies

Managing Behaviour: Tips and Techniques for Parents/Carers/Families

Managing Behaviour at home can often be challenging.  This page has been put together to provide some support in helping you to understand and manage your child’s behaviour. 

Young Minds

Young Minds has some great tips for managing challenging behaviour at home:

The Challenging Behaviour Foundation

The Challenging Behaviour Foundation provides information about challenging behaviours to anyone who provides support to a child, young person or adult with a severe learning disability.  They can also signpost to other specialist organisations and sources of information.

The Foundation has put together a useful Quick Read – ‘Challenging Behaviour Guide:

Parent Support Videos

Wellbeing Activities

Feelings and Behaviour

Family Lives

Challenging Behaviour

How does it make the parent feel?

What causes a child to act aggressively?

Managing aggression in your children

Home Start

Home Start offers a specialist Behaviour Support programme that works with parents/carers to support with managing their children’s behaviour and improving family relationships.  The Behaviour Support Service is delivered via Online Learning or Private One to One Support Sessions.

Essex County Council

Essex County Council has put together some great resources for helping to understanding your child’s behaviour, supporting them and dealing with conflict.

Barnardo's Family Space

Barnardo’s Family Space is a virtual family hub that offers information, advice, guidance and support for all stages of parenting or a caring journey.

Do get in touch with the school if you would like some support in managing your child’s behaviour at home.  Theresa Duke, our school nurse can be contacted on: 07773206792/