Assertive or abuse?

Update: Scenario - a child with special educational needs (developmental impairments) is refusing to enter a neighbouring classroom to socialise with other peers. Teaching support staff member is trying to force the child into the classroom by pushing her, however, child is resisting my not moving forward.
Update 2: child to social interaction as a learning curve or is it a teaching support staff who is failing to listen to the child (this is an example of poor practice as mentioned on page 14 of the Keeping Children Safe in Education 2019 document page 14).
Update 3: Is the teaching support staff member imposing developmentally inappropriate expectations on the child in the scenario? if so, then this would be emotional abuse as mentioned on page 8. Would the social interactions be beyond the child's developmental capability or would not exposing the child to these social... show more Is the teaching support staff member imposing developmentally inappropriate expectations on the child in the scenario? if so, then this would be emotional abuse as mentioned on page 8. Would the social interactions be beyond the child's developmental capability or would not exposing the child to these social opportunities be an overprotection by preventing the child from participating in normal social interactions and a limitation of the child's exploration and learning?
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