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Speak firmly but softly and make sure you go down to the child’s height level to avoid the child feeling scared and intimidated

Speak firmly but softly and make sure you go down to the child’s height level to avoid the child feeling scared and intimidated, Suggest a way to resole the issue and try to turn the negative into a positive.

Key Stage 2,3 and 4
You would have to point out the boundaries and explain that it would not be wise to cross these boundaries if the child did not want to make the situation worse for their self. With an adult, they have their own perspective on what has caused the disagreement and this should be listened to and then you should calmly put forward your point of view.