Identifying the individual educational needs of all children. Keeping children informed about their individual performances and achievements. Keeping parents up to date, so as to identify their child’s strengths and areas for development. A teaching assistant plays a vital role when it comes to assessing a child’s progress in class, not only do we supervise support children in groups but are also involved in assessing a child’s performance in the subjects in the school curriculum. A TA provides help and support to both teachers and pupils, as well as supporting children in the classroom in a variety of different ways.
They will decide between them how to pass this information on to the rest of the teachers and school staff. Yet again these will have the school and pupils best interests at heart. SENCO. The SENCO are responsible for the care of children with special educational needs with in the school. The role includes, communicating with other members of staff and parents regarding the special education needs of the pupil involved.
| Senior Management team | The leadership or senior management team are often made up of the head teacher, deputy and heads of department. These professionals will often have more than one responsibility. Their role is to set the strategic direction of the school and then manage this. They will lead any changes and often ensure that the school is doing the best it can for those children who attend. The team must be aware of the current state of the school and manage this effectively, be imaginative in trying new ideas/initiatives in a manner that can get the whole school behind their ideas.
This helps the children to enjoy their learning a little more. It is also a teacher’s responsibility to build up a communicative relationship with parents as this helps whilst guiding the children in the classroom and a t home. My role Teaching assistant: the teaching assistant has the responsibility of aiding the teacher where necessary during lessons, trips and other school activities. They also may have the duty of assisting small groups of children in lessons on their own and helping with interventions in topics such as numeracy and literacy. The teaching assistant is also the post of call for parents if the teacher requires it.
Often you'll find senior teachers with particular responsibilities like leading one of the key stages or something like assessment across the school. The Special Needs Co-ordinator (SENCO) might be a member, and increasingly the school business manager (SBM) is also a member. Their role is to set the strategic direction of the school and then manage this, lead any changes and generally make sure that the school is doing the best it can for the children that attend. Head teacher. A head teacher is the most senior teacher and leader of a school, responsible for the education of all pupils, management of staff, and for school policy making.
The behaviour policy is simply a set of guidelines on how school staff should deal with their students’ behaviour. This policy usually includes information such as the code of conduct, rewards and sanctions, how the school deals with conflict and inappropriate behaviour, the anti-bullying policy etc. Most schools have a code of conduct. The code of conduct are a clear set of rules as to how the children should behave in and around schools. These rules are sometimes written in a way that they can be like targets for the children e.g.
School Counselor Performance Standards The ASCA model clearly spells out standards for school counselors. These standards give counselors a tool for self-evaluation of performance. Administrators and teachers may also use these standards, as separate from those that might be used to evaluate a teacher, to evaluate the effectiveness of the department. References:
School management issues and the development of school policies are also supported by the local government. These issues are normally dealt with on governor meetings, held at the school. They pass on any changes within the education policy and offer any training to key members of staff. The local government is responsible for staff DBS checks, to ensure the safety for the children. The national government is responsible for developing news ways to improve the quality of services within education.
Pupils must be familiar with learning objectives, outcomes and success criteria and feel confident in how to interpret them. Pupils should be involved in the target setting and assessment of their work. ( c) The learning support practioner Should be fully aware of the learning objectives. Will advise teachers of pupils who may need additional or consolidation work in order to enable them to achieve outcomes. Lead guided group sessions for explicit formative assessment opportunities.
2.3 Evaluate the impact of policy, legislation, 4.1 Explain own role, responsibilities,accountabilities and duties in the context of working with those within and outside the health and social care workplace. 4.2 Evaluate own contribution to the development and implmentation of health and social care organisational policy. 4.3 Make recommendations to develop own contributions to meeting good practice requirements. Introduction My presentation relates to my work placement as a classroom assistant in a primary school. My role there is to work under the teaching and senior staff, usually in the classroom with the teacher, to support learning for students and to give general support to the teacher in managing the children and the classroom.