* Ensure that all pupils have the opportunity to make a contribution in class. Not just the confident pupils. * Allow children the opportunity to find an answer to a question themselves, either by discussion with a “talk partner” or giving the pupils an opportunity to have a discussion with pupils who know the answer. * Learn the names of all your pupils including any nicknames. * Try to be sympathetic to any pupils who may find some things difficult.
This in turn should create a caring, happy atmosphere in the school which can enable effective teaching and learning. The school has its own code of conduct which all members of the school are to support. The school code of conduct is as follows; This is our school we will: • look after everything in and around it • follow instructions first time • always do our best work and let others do the same • treat everyone as we would like them to treat us • move sensibly round school and always walk inside. The school looks out for positive behaviour done by pupils and emphasis is placed on the acknowledgement of this. There is to be a clear understanding by staff, pupils are parents of what is acceptable and unacceptable behaviour.
209 Support children and young people’s positive behaviour. 1.1 Describe the policies and procedures of the setting relevant to promoting children and young people’s positive behaviour. The policies and procedures in place in my setting relevant to promoting children and young people’s behaviour are, • Behaviour policy • Anti-bullying policy • Attendance • Dealing with conflict and inappropriate behaviour • Rewards and sanctions • Code of conduct Behaviour policy The behaviour policy is a guideline to staff on how pupils should behave. It is important for all staff to apply the behaviour policy for the safety of all pupils and staff. The behaviour policy should be clear for all staff, pupils and parents to understand and be followed at all times.
Lana Compton Task 1 Part 1 A Tutor should ensure each session is delivered in a safe and supportive learning environment. Prior to the start of each session tutor should be well organised, he/she will fully aware of the subject he/she is delivering. He/she should have the necessary lesson plan and all preparation should be done in advance of the session beginning. The tutor should ensure the area he/she is delivering in is well maintained, fit for purpose, ensuring all equipment is working and safe. He/she should ensure the area is well lit, spacious, at a comfortable temperature, safe and comfortable.
Encouraging and establishing student self-control through a process of promoting positive student achievement and behavior is what every classroom needs. Classroom rules and procedures should be established with students the first week of school. Each student should have full understanding and be aware of what is expected of him/her. Providing a safe learning environment where students can participant is a key factor in classroom management. A student needs to feel comfortable with themselves, others, and the teacher, so there can be meaningful discussion and interactions.
Students must feel safe and secure in their class in order to learn and grow in education. In order to control these types of behaviors the teacher must first recognize the misbehavior and handle it in a professional manner from the onset. Students learn from example as much as from example. Teacher set the example. They can do this by putting a stop to the disruption and using it as a learning experience for all the other students.
CYPCore34-1.1 Describe the factors to take into account when planning healthy and safe indoor and outdoor environments and services. Every person working with children is responsible for their safety; we all have the duty of care. It’s important that the environment children are in is checked regularly before and during activities. We make sure equipment is in good condition and safe for children to use, age appropriate toys, accessible furniture, clean toilet and washing facilities, at all times children are supervised within ratio. It is the responsibility of the Health and Safety Officer, nursery manager and Head Office to ensure health and safety procedures are put in place, making sure people/staff are aware of them and follow them.
Creating a predictable, consistent, and success-oriented environment will promote self-management in my students by creating, basic, daily routines with limited changes (Savage & Savage, 2010). These predictable and consistent routines will drive a success-orientated environment by reducing student anxiety creating a positive self-efficacy within each student (Savage & Savage, 2010). With my endorsement in Special Education the ability to create and keep basic routines will be directed by the physical, emotional, and
Competency Goal I To provide and maintain a well functioning and inviting incident free educational environment. Functional Area I: Safety I fine it is very important to be safety conscious at all times of the day and demonstrate safety procedure with my students and provide information to parents to help reinforce safety at home. When entering the learning facility, I immediately began to scan the environment to make certain that the all areas in my classroom are free of any inappropriate items or substances. I constantly discuss with the students the indoors and outdoors safely rules; like walking, and using your hands for crafty creating or helping your friends or catching a ball, waving hello or good bye, and be thoughtful by putting away toys when you are finishing playing. I get great pleasure at hearing the children remind each other of the safely rules.
Wendy Scott TDA 2.8: Support Children and Young People’s Health and Safety 1.1: Describe how current health and safety legislation, policies and procedures are implemented in the setting. Every school by law is required to have a safety policy which gives information to staff about the procedures that they have in place for ensuring that the school is safe. The health, safety and welfare of all the people that work or learn at the setting are of fundamental importance. The school aims to provide a safe, secure and pleasant environment for everyone. The Governing Body, as an employer, takes responsibility for the health and safety of all their pupils, members of staff and others who visit the premises.