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We'll show you a sequence that anyone can follow to help manage attention seeking pupils.
You can start using it in your classroom today...
... and you don't have to be a behaviour expert to see results.

Having attention seeking children in your class can be stressful and tiring. They can engage in disruptive behaviour, slow down whole class teaching and create disaffection in the rest of the students.

But it doesn't have to be like that.

Our approach to managing attention seeking behaviour in pupils is tested and proven. It's been formulated through many years of hard work teaching permanently excluded pupils. And anyone can use it.

We've adapted and refined our approach through trial and error. We've made our mistakes - and as a result, we know which strategies work, and which you should avoid.

In our 15 page guide to managing attention seeking students, we share our proven response sequence for free, so you can benefit from our experience.

That way, you can spend more time on teaching, and less on managing behaviour.