Kyle lacks understanding of rules and boundaries and demonstrates demand avoidance behaviours. He has difficulty expressing himself when frustrated and struggles to transfer the emotional regulation skills he has learnt in a 1-1 environment into larger group situations or with his peers. He finds it difficult to calm down once upset.
Kyle has excessive emotional outbursts and can display concerning behaviours towards staff and peers, such as pushing, hitting, kicking, punching, climbing, scaling fences, shouting, hiding, refusal to comply, damaging property and throwing items and he relies on adult support to intervene. Incidents are unpredictable and impulsive and can occur more than three times a day. Triggers include being told no/not being able to do what he wants, unstructured activity, transition times, increased pressure, lack of personal space and having to share.
He is at risk of permanent exclusion due to this concerning behaviour and concerns for his own safety. He does not recognise or understand the impact of his behaviours on others and demonstrates no desire to change these behaviours.