I will get to know each child, establish relationships with parents, and support their strengths as well as their needs. I will express my own emotions and respond to the children’s emotions, valuing their feelings and helping them express what they are feeling. But above all, I will make sure that every child feels secure in my room and are comfortable coming to me as their teacher. I provide a positive relationship with the child through daily routines and interactions. I feel this gives the children and parents a sense of trust.
Assessment task – TDA 2.9 Support children and young people’s positive behaviour. Describe the policies and procedures of the setting relevant to promoting children and young people’s positive behaviour: Behaviour policy: St Peters Nursery believes that children flourish best when they know how they are expected to behave. Children gain respect through interaction with caring adults who show them respect and value their individual personalities. Positive, caring and polite behaviour will be encouraged and praised at all times in an environment where children learn to respect themselves, other people and their surroundings. * Recognise the individuality of all our children * Encourage child to participate in a wide range of group activities to enable them to develop their social skills * Praise children and acknowledge their positive actions and attitudes, therefore ensuring that children see that we value and respect them Anti-bullying policy: Children need their own time and space.
Always lead by example from an early age and then children will continue to have good hygiene throughout their lives. 2) Being polite. Use manners all the time, encouraging children and young people politely to do the same when they might forget. Sometimes it may be necessary to over exaggerate with young children to encourage them to copy you. 3) Communication.
the result of this will be that other children will see this and will copy the staff members being respectful and, in turn, will respect their classmates, teachers and anyone outside of nursery. Providing interesting and stimulating activities within a child friendly environment is another policy this setting has. By carrying out this policy, staff are preventing children from becoming bored and irritable. Having activities for children to do will keep the children happy and enable positive behavior. Observing children closely and using the
Caula Rogers Eng-105 English Composition 1 03/30/2014 Dr. Victoria Smith Impact of ADHD on a Child’s Schooling Children with ADHD generally have trouble in school, only because school causes many trials for children with ADHD. ADHD is not a learning disorder; however it can cause children to have problems with learning. Furthermore, children with ADHD have an excessive rate of learning disorders and will have problems with other school-work like calculation and following a long with his/her teacher during direct instructional time. But with enduring and an efficient plan, the child will be capable of succeeding in the classroom. ADHD negatively can affect a child’s social and emotional behavior and the ability to control them in a positive manner in a school environment.
All children should feel secure. Strong school ethos and established routines. Make Positive Contributions All children should be encourage to take part, even if what they are saying is wrong, they should always be praised for their contributions but explained that they are not correct i.e. ( that is a brilliant idea but not quite what I was thinking of, someone else have a go). All children are involved in producing their class charters and talk of ways to promote positive behaviour.
It also has the anti-bullying policy in it and how we should handle situations and explains what inappropriate behavior is. I think that the benefit of encouraging and rewarding positive behavior through praising is that the children learn good behavior from bad behavior and I tend to see more of the same positive behavior reoccurring when I reward it. When children know that there are boundaries set it makes them feel secure and helps provide children with a safe and secure environment, thereby promoting good mental health. The nursery has golden rules * Show respect for others, considering their rights to
* I ensure I am smiling, approachable and friendly * I am consistently giving praise * I am fair with all the children, this ensures no competition for my attention & is equally shared out. * I show interest in the children, find out about them, their interests, families, pets etc CYPCore35-1.3 Evaluate own effectiveness in building relationships with children or young people. How effective are you at building relationships with the children in your care, how do you know. How would the relationship be with the children if you were not able to build effective
This can be done by parents giving unconditional love and expressing their love both physically and verbally by holding, rocking, and stroking and by using soothing words to calm, comfort, and encourage their child to calm themselves. Parents need to enforce rules for children use removal of privileges and other forms of discipline that do not harm, or reject their child. By role modelling behaviour that communicates confidence, optimism, and good results for their children. All children thrive and blossom when they are praised, so this is important for a child’s well-being. Children need to be encouraged to try things and do things on their own with minimal adult help.
Volunteering in the classroom is another way the parent can be involved with their children. A lot of the teacher are grateful for the help in the classroom and welcome the parents who can help out with things like reading to the students and special projects. Being present in your child classroom you allow your child to know how important their education is you and for them. With all the availability of early childhood education across the world, we do not need to question the reason why early childhood education is important. We can see that the benefits are greater than the