Learning Outcome 1: Understand the schools policy and procedures for displays. 1.1 Obtain a copy of your schools policy (If your school doesn’t have one, discuss it with your teacher or use the generic one provided). Describe your schools policy for displays. When making a new display for the classroom or corridor, you first have to remove everything that is on there, remover every staple that you can find on the backboard as this come under health and safety. You then plan out your design, explaining what it is about, will it be a display of showing the children’s work or display information about the current topic.
The procedure that is put in place for anti-bullying is: For the school of my placement takes action immediately if bullying happens, which then we help bullies realize the consequences of their actions and to teach them different and better ways of behaving in the future and we also support victims of bullying by providing them with ways on how to deal with any types of bullying if it was to happen again. Our code of conduct policy states that each year group has agreed a code of conduct with their teachers and in Reception the children have their own set of golden rules about how to behave in class. Home and school contracts are signed by parents and children. When they start at our school and a copy is sent home and a copy is retained by school. We aim to work together as a school and maintain a whole school approach to developing high standards of behavior.
It is also helpful if you can set out in your letter what resolution you are seeking. • Moving to the formal complaints procedure is a serious step. In consideration of future home/school relationships everyone concerned will need to concentrate on finding a resolution to the issue and negotiate an agreement as to how this can best be achieved. • The Headteacher will consider the complaint and in doing so should: o establish what has happened so far, and who has been
This power applies to any member of staff at the school. It can also apply to people whom the Head teacher has temporarily put in charge of pupils such as unpaid volunteers or parents accompanying students on a school organised visit. You can use restraint and physical handling in the following circumstances: Restraint should only be used in circumstances where there are good grounds for believing that the pupil is placing him/herself or other people in immediate danger or where there is a likelihood of significant damage to property. Restraint should be used rarely to secure compliance with staff instructions; other methods should always be considered first. 4. Who needs to be informed if restraint or physical handling needs to be used?
When a child has a certain dietary requirements parents have got to tell the nursery when they first enrol and that information will be recorded. Any special dietary requirements staff will be aware off at all times as they know some food allergies could be life threatening, all staff should know the specific food or ingredients restrictions, possible consequences and symptoms of food reactions and recommended first aid and treatment if needed. Different families have their own religions and food beliefs and as childcare providers it is important to understand the relationship between religion and food, certain religions have their own way of preparing food, and eating different foods so childcare providers will have to work around the different religions and foods within the nursery with the children. 4.3 Describe basic food safety when providing food and drink to children and young people. • Always wash hands before preparing food and after touching raw meat, fish and eggs.
She told me that I should seriously consider to think about what I can accomplish for myself and my children by returning back to school for a better career, so we talked about what possible careers that is good for me. We went to the city college here in Fresno, Calif., to talk with a counselor there to get some information about what opportunities that I would have and how I would know what career I would be good at. The counselor told me about these career tests. Then the counselor said that if I would like to take one there at the city college, I could, but they charge $5.00 unless I would like to enroll into college now. I explained that I haven’t decided what I want yet.
Also teachers need to make sure all the equipment the learners will be using during the course is safe for them to use. Ground Rules. When starting the course, a teacher should make sure they create a safe environment in the classroom: this means making sure everybody is comfortable with everybody else and nobody is trying to bully anyone. When working with adult learners it could be better to have ‘commonly agreed ground rules’ so they can agree with each point and find elements to discuss. This is good because when they get to decide the ground rules it’s more unlikely that they are going to break them.
I also enrolled to help me determine if I want to join the Air force, and I know if I do wish to join the Air force I would need all the values and qualities that JROTC teaches to their students. I’m also trying to surround myself with positive peer pressure rather than negative peer pressure. I look forward to this class because I know that it is going to be very challenging and demanding. The class should help me to focus better on my education and life. You need structure to keep things in order and to keep chaos down.
Attendance will be taken at each class and will be used for student monitoring. You should treat class like your job; if you miss work you call your supervisor. If you will be absent for more than one class then you should call or e-mail me. I drop the lowest quiz. If you are going to miss a quiz, have a legitimate reason, and can make the quiz up in the testing center before the next class, then contact me before the end of the class by email or voicemail.
This period would occur in health class sometime over the course of the year. The teachers would tell the females also about health-care access and the infant mortality rate too. Another thing we could do is integrate lessons on population, environment, and development into school curricula at multiple levels. Schools should educate students to make well-informed choices about the impacts of their behavior, including childbearing, on the environment. These policies will be carried out with strict force and will be needed in every middle and high school around the country.