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Study to assess method of tackling disruptive pupils

Researchers from the Child Health Group at the University of Exeter have received £1.7 million funding from the National Institute for Health Research to test the effectiveness of a US system for training teachers to deal with disruptive pupils.

It is claimed that the Incredible Years Teacher Classroom Management course has the potential to transform the classroom experience for both pupils and teachers. It is said to reduce the number of exclusions from school, assist the most vulnerable children in society and provide cost-savings by reducing demands on educational support and mental health services.

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