Anger issues at school


Anger issues at school

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Jed
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My son is getting very angry at situations both in school yard and in class room. Has anger out bursts and he is only 7! We are getting constant phone calls. Can't get into peadiatrician till next year. Any one heard of children being like this so young?
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Jed - 03/12/2017
My son is getting very angry at situations both in school yard and in class room. Has anger out bursts and he is only 7! We are getting constant phone calls. Can't get into peadiatrician till next year. Any one heard of children being like this so young?

Hi Jed, sorry to hear - yes we had the same / same age - it was very stressful.  Do you know what triggers him?
 
We found out  that his teacher was pretty harsh with her approach (detentions / humiliation / shouting).
He was expected to sit for long periods and do worksheets (hard for an active kid) - plus one of the kids was winding him up and trying to get him to 'protect' him in the playground so it was a bad set up all round.

We tried a number of things at home, and the one that works best so far is the positive approach (cut out negative discipline) - helps him to talk about how they feel rather than bottle up and explode.
We also changed his school set up with an environment that works for active kids.

He's doing much better now 4 months down the track - main thing is he says he's happy.






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laurenzy - 18/12/2017
Jed - 03/12/2017
My son is getting very angry at situations both in school yard and in class room. Has anger out bursts and he is only 7! We are getting constant phone calls. Can't get into peadiatrician till next year. Any one heard of children being like this so young?

Hi Jed, sorry to hear - yes we had the same / same age - it was very stressful.  Do you know what triggers him?
 
We found out  that his teacher was pretty harsh with her approach (detentions / humiliation / shouting).
He was expected to sit for long periods and do worksheets (hard for an active kid) - plus one of the kids was winding him up and trying to get him to 'protect' him in the playground so it was a bad set up all round.

We tried a number of things at home, and the one that works best so far is the positive approach (cut out negative discipline) - helps him to talk about how they feel rather than bottle up and explode.
We also changed his school set up with an environment that works for active kids.

He's doing much better now 4 months down the track - main thing is he says he's happy.






Hi ladrenzy , 
Wow what sort of Teacher has he got. sounds to me that SHE NEEDS TO SEE A ANGER MANAGEMENT UNIT . Teachers are to set an 
image , behavour at all times and if not then have to remove oneself from the teacher position .Studies , research show 
that Children tend to copy or role play certain behaviour (home from parents or at school from Class teachers ) . Your Son was just 
acting out what he see's at School and very poor of the Teacher to be yelling ,screaming and humiliation the Class. She needs to be 
put on notice for her part . Detention not to teach !!!! 
Teachers who have Children in the Class who are over active and are on the Spec needs careful planing and of course some sort of 
teachers Aid, carer in the Class. Schools get Money for the Programs , Schools need too pick up their act or the Funding will be removed.
Schools have a CARE OF DUTY TO KEEP ALL CHILDREN SAFE AND HAVING TEACHERS WHO LOOK OR ACT LIKE THEY ARE READY 
TO LOSE CONTROL NEED TO BE WATCHED AT ALL TIMES...."..SHOCKED " NOT ALL TEACHERS ARE SANE !! THEY HAVE HANG UP THEMSELVES 
AND TEND TO TAKE IT OUT ON THE CHILDREN WHO ARE SOMETIMES THAT BIT OVER ACTIVE .YOU AS A PARENT SHOULD BE BRINGING 
THIS TOPIC UP AT THEIR NEXT MEETING !!! THE WAY THEY ACT AND BODY LANGUAGE IS ON SHOW AND THEY ARE TO SET AN GOOD EXAMPLE
UNDER ANY SITUATIONS NO MATTER HOW STRESSFUL THEIR DAY IS. YOU NEED TO KEEP AN EYE ON THAT AND MAYBE KEEP NOTES .
TEACHERS ALSO NEED TO BE WATCHED ,I HAVE IN THE PAST SEEN TOO MANY CHILDREN SELF ESTEM PUT DOWM , TEACHERS 
WHETHER THEY LIKE IT OR NOT ARE TO ....SET AN GOOD EXAMPLE.....BE CALM UNDER ANY SITUATIONS....IF ONE CHILD IS NOT TO THEIR LIKING
KEEP YOUR DISTASTE TO ONES SELF...........ADDING TO THAT NOTE THEIR ARE SOME FANTASTIC TEACHERS IN OUR SCHOOL SYSTEM THAT ARE 
TOP GUNS AND GET RESULTS .....THEY HAVE A PASSION FOR TEACHING !!!!! 

KIND REGARDS SKATERGIRL08

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Thankyou for reply’s. I truely believe kids copy those the adults in their life. Egteachers parents.
We are definitely finding positive encouragement from all angles is helping.
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