Professor Campbell Edison State Child Safety Plan It is the responsibility of the instructor to ensure that all areas of the classroom are safe for the children at all times. There should be no fire hazards in front of electrical sources, or heating sources. The room should be free of debris and toys to ensure a safe path to exit the classroom in case of a fire. All toys and projects should be used in the designated areas and cleaned up after use. All of the fire exits should have a minimum of three feet of clear space to easily gain access to the escape route.
Duties and responsibilities of own work role..... SUPPORT FOR THE SCHOOL Responsibilities and duties is to create safe, happy, positive and stimulating learning environment that children can be cared for. To beware and to follow the school policies and procedures relating to child protection, health and safety, school rules, behaviour policy, confidentiality and data protection, reporting any concerns to an appropriate person. To ensure all children and young people have equal access to opportunities to learn and develop. To respect and support the role of other professionals. Keeping up to date with change procedures and practice by attending meetings and training.
To emphasise and reward positive behaviour . To respond to, and deal with, unacceptable behaviour in a firm and consistent . To involve and inform parents of all aspects of this policy All children . To understand that they are a valued part of the community . To understand their role .
Anti-bullying policies are in place in school to ensure the children know that bullying is not acceptable behaviour but a child should feel confident enough to report an incident if one occurs and should know who they can go to within the school to discuss any such situations. * Make a positive contribution-A child should feel like they make a positive contribution to the school by being noticed and rewarded for their achievements. 100 square points, head teacher stickers, merit awards are all ways of boosting s childs confidence and can encourage positive behaviour. * Develop social and emotional skills-Through Personal, Social and Health Education (PHSE) lessons, a school can ensure that all children develop these personal abilities and skills that will motivate them to strive for higher personal achievement, socially and academically throughout their lives, PHSE also helps a child to understand how they are developing personally and socially and tackles many of the moral, social and cultural issues that are part of growing up. Basic everyday good manners should be recognised and a subtle prompt given if missed to ensure the correct level of respect is both given and received.
CYPOP 14 – Support Children & Young People to have positive relationships Children and Young People learn to be strong and independent through loving and secure relationships with parents, carers and other family members such as grandparents. When children are looked after outside the home they can develop security and independence through the carers in a child care setting or from teachers in school. Children’s learning is helped when they feel safe and secure and when their parents and the people in settings they attend work together to ensure that the child’s needs are met. 1.1 – Identify the different relationships children and young people may have Children and Young People have relationships and come into contact with many
It also needed in order to breakdown any barriers that may be in place in your setting. Partners can also help each other with good communication by building relationships with each other, building trust and could also build on their own knowledge and understanding. You need to be able to communicate to make sure the children’s needs are met and to ensure policies and procedures are correctly met e.g. to make sure a child’s medicine is giving at the correct time and the right amount. All staff will know what their job role involves and what other members of staff job roles are, this will make it more safe and secure for the children.
The behaviour policy should be clear for all staff, pupils and parents to understand and be followed at all times. Anti-bullying policy The anti-bullying policy is something all pupils should follow; staff should encourage good behaviour and respect for others and prevent any form of bullying. Any child that feels they are being bullied should feel comfortable enough to talk to any member of staff and all parents should feel equally as comfortable in talking to a member of staff knowing that it will get dealt with in the right way following the policy put in place. Attendance For children and young people to get the best out of their education it is vital they attend school regularly, regular time off school will seriously affect their learning and routine. It is an offence to keep children off school without a good reason and may result in the parents being prosecuted.
Unit 3 3.1 To establish a respectful and professional relationship with children and young people a LSA will need to: • Adapt the way they communicate for the age group they are working with. • Develop mutual respect. • Should show respect and interest in the children or young people they are working with by asking questions, listening to them without interrupting and speak to them in a positive and polite manner. • LSA should model the behaviour expected from pupils, for example listen when the teacher is speaking • Apply the behaviour policy fairly and consistently so that the children feel they are being treated fairly. • Call the children by their name, which shows they are valued.
He is telling parents when their children are alone they don’t always follow the rules. For example if you’re telling a child not to jump on a bed, as soon as the parents are out of sight they are going to jump on the bed again. What the parents think is going to happen is that they will only have to tell their child once and it will not happen again. The reality is if a child thinks something is fun then they are going to find a way to do it when the parents are not looking. Parents are not prefect and everything they say may not be the right thing to do, but pleasing them is the best policy so kids should do it anyway.
Finally, educators with effective communication skills prove an ability to adapt teaching methods to suit the needs of students they are supporting (Kearns, 2012), and with appropriate delivery of good communication, student learning increases. When delivering student education, acquiring effective communication skills involving the delivery of high written and verbal skills, and literacy development is essential for teachers to aid children’s needs for learning, as this assists to prove social and cognitive development for children when the teacher collaborates towards educating children. Good communication skills from early childhood educators ensure children’s skills are enhanced when