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Behaviour difficulties

A positive behaviour strategy is in place for all students.

This is particularly relevant to those presenting challenging behaviours. Each individual will be assessed and a tailored programme put in place to promote positive behaviour.

Our onsite psychology team will offer support and counselling to the young person to develop their understanding of their challenges. At the core of our approach is the belief that all behaviours, including challenging ones, are an attempt to communicate.

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Quote Icon Education staff are very caring, focussed and experienced. Observational skills are amazing enabling them to adapt and change already individualised learning to fully meet the child’s needs, achieving very positive results. My son started Young Epilepsy in September 2015, the progress so far has been very positive and quite unbelievable. Very reassuring and encouraging for us as parents for our son’s achievements to come.
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