Window of Tolerance

by | Mar 15, 2021 | Behaviour, Classroom Practice, Inclusion, Leadership, Pupils, Wellbeing | 0 comments

Photo by Amir Hosseini on Unsplash

In this week’s vlog I introduce the Window of Tolerance – and how it is a useful tool for understanding, differentiating and adapting lessons to meet the needs of our pupils with Behaviour needs, SEMH, ADHD etc.

The Window of Tolerance was introduced to me by the fabulous Frédèrique Lambrakis-Haddad, therapist, founder and lead practitioner at traumainform.com; and expert interviewee in my book “Miss, I don’t give a sh*t” Engaging with Challenging Behaviour in Schools.

Image of Window of Tolerance available at: https://henk50.wordpress.com/2019/07/20/emoties-5-window-of-tolerance/

 

Resources on how to help regulate pupils in primary and secondary available from Family Action – https://www.family-action.org.uk/what-we-do/children-families/lincs-boss/

To book me to lead CPD training on supporting Behaviour and SEMH pupils in your school get in contact here

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