2.9 Supporting Children and Young Peoples Development

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TDA 2.9 supporting children and young people’s positive behaviour 1.1 All staff member’s within the setting need to be aware of the policies and procedures when dealing with children’s behaviours. This is very important so the children and young people are aware of the behaviour management within the setting, by following the policies and procedures children will also know that there is a flow for both negative and positive behaviours. Policies and procedures within the setting cover various areas such as behaviour, code of conduct, rewards and sanctions, dealing with conflict and inappropriate behaviour, anti-bullying and attendance. Behaviour policy The schools behaviour policy covers guidelines on how all members of staff should manage behaviours of children effectively within the setting, it also enables the staff members to help keep a consistent flow with behaviour management. Code of conduct. Most schools have a set of rules or a code of conduct that all children need to follow. It is very important that schools have set guidelines on how they expect the children to behave. This helps both the children and staff members. It is also very important that children are shown what is expected of them this is also very beneficial to behaviour management. Many rules are seen as targets by the children. For example rather than having ‘Do not throw litter’ it would be ‘I/we will not throw litter’. This also encourages the children to behave and the children will know that this is what is expected of them. The code of conduct should also be displayed in various areas in the school so that the children remember them and they know what is consistently expected of them. We must also remember that praise is also a very important aspect of behaviour management. ‘when a child is behaving particularly well, you should remember to praise this behaviour so that it is

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