Many pupils have trouble in controlling their strong feelings and in managing conflict in both school and home settings.
The programme will aim to help by:
- Avoid or manage situations of conflict
- Understand that he can create change
- Realise that it is possible to resolve difficulties
In this thoughtful approach to anger management, we will use a teaching and learning model and ‘story’ as the focus of pupil engagement. During the 11-session programme, students will:
- Understand the causes of anger in a variety of situations
- Learn about physiological and behavioural aspects of anger
- Rehearse coping strategies
- Plan positive responses to provocative situations
- Enable and encourage students to become reflective regarding his own behaviour and the consequences of that behaviour
- Enable students to label feelings and know when they may or may not affect both work and relationships
- Develop students self-esteem and self-confidence
- Enable students to accept and utilise constructive structured criticism and feedback
- Encourage students to develop his own self-control and self-management strategies
- Encourage students to develop empathy and authenticity
- Enable students to develop flexibility in order to cope more effectively with change and new systems and ways of doing things
- Help students to develop internal locus of control, i.e. to encourage them to have a sense of control over their own actions
- Encourage students to develop self-motivation, resilience and a positive attitude
- Encourage students to learn and make use of alternatives to physical or verbal aggression and to express his feelings and views in a more positive and assertive way
- Encourage parents and school staff to adopt a consistent approach in terms of developing students emotional literacy, social skills and self-esteem.
- Promote partnership working between home and school so as to ensure a consistent approach
- Promote a positive ethos and climate in which the notion of change become a positive daily reality.
This programme can be delivered one to one or in a group.
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