Here some help with your questions…
How will you inform the profiled child of specific behavioural expectations of the plan?
Clearly discuss behavioral expectations with the child and let them know of the consequences of undesirable behavior that they may display. For e.g. if a child keeps throwing toys on the floor, they will have to pick them up then move onto another activity to play with. If they still continue to throw toys they will be removed from that specific activity. It’s also a good idea to talk about different scenarios that the child could face and talk about what the desirable behavior is. For e.g. normally, if this child hits when another child plays or takes his toys away, encourage the child to say “that’s mine” or “I’m playing” rather than hitting.
how will you ensure your colleages are supported to carry through with the appropriate response in this behaviour?
Have a staff meeting to discuss relevant responses in dealing with this behavior. All staff should be on the same page and sticking to the behavior plan that has been put into place. If you see staff are having difficulty with this specific child, another colleague should step in to assist and provide support.
Hope you’re enjoying the easter break,