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    By Caz

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    He is 5 years old, he thinks he's going to get teased, he has an impulsive aggression problem, I have two other extreme behaviour problems in the room, and I would rather take a 'go slow' approach with him. So far he's brought them to school and shown other staff and he's put them on his desk, but I'm not prepared to force the issue as yet and will start with small chunks of time. It may sound like a timid approach, but this is the beginning of our school year in Australia and they have only been at school for 4 weeks. As I said, he has only just received them and has a number of other behaviour issues currently causing concern. I'm carefully choosing my battles at this point because of other behaviour issues involving him and the other two children.

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