Child 3

Child D started KSA with an issue of participating in P.E lesson, especially with outside agencies. He would often become frustrated in group work if he didn’t get his own way.

From week one working with KSA, the benefits were seen. Due to the clear instructions and activities to develop group work, Child D was able to participate. During KSA he was able to flourish in more ‘hands on’ problem solving by making bridges etc. He would allow others more readily to give him instructions as he enjoyed the activities and knew that he had to work within a team to complete the tasks.

He did still have frustration times if someone shouted at him. However, this was the minority and he knew that after a time out that he could return. The instructors are very calm and patient in their approach, which really benefited this child.

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