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This text aims to help primary teachers improve behaviour, preserve motivation and foster cooperation by developing positive relationships with pupils and their parents, creating a calm environment for learning and using non-confrontational communication skills. It outlines an empathetic approach to understanding and managing disruptive behaviour that avoids conflict and demoralization.
Michelle MacGrath has wide experience in primary and secondary schools and offering cross-phase support to pupils with specific learning and behaviour difficulties. She runs workshops for groups and organisations encountering disruptive behaviour as a block to educational achievement.