Learning and safety
Many children can become distracted at school, whether in routine activities such as morning assembly or in lessons that they do not find interesting or stimulating.
Children with ADHD generally experience greater challenges during the day than children without ADHD.Distractions can occur when children with ADHD are:
- Unable to filter out things happening around them
- Easily diverted from what they should be focusing on
- Slow to refocus their attention.
By minimising distractions teachers can help a child to concentrate and learn in the classroom. This coaching presentation brings together ways to:
- Minimise distractions for children with ADHD
- Manage safety issues.