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Most teachers will have at least one pupil in their class displaying ADHD behaviour. At Manor Primary School, Year 5 class teacher Carol Hardwicke has found a number of strategies that particularly help her statemented ADHD pupils, but have also proved useful with the rest of the class: - Consistent and clear boundaries - putting rules in place at the start of the year and ensuring all staff stick to them - Chunking lessons and keeping them active - Using pre-teaching of learning journeys to ensure SEN pupils can contribute in class - Having an un-cluttered classroom and minimal, well-organised displays - Using visual timetables and sticking to daily routines - Judicious use of rewards for basic good behaviour to motivate SEN pupils

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Thank you for sharing this very useful, informative resource.

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