In my school will strive to produce happy, healthy, confident and successful learners. On a day to day basis we promote our school code by looking after each other, listening, being polite, tell the truth and work and play to the best of our abilities. Our strap line is: Together on a voyage of discovery'. School Aims - these relate to
These should be recognised upon arrival of the school environment. It is set out for the whole school to be aware of and is reinforced through daily activities. The aims of the school are set out by the head teacher in partnership with parents, staff and the community which should prove all members of the school community with a safe and respected environment. The aims for the children at Sherbrook Primary are stimulating learning environment from which children can develop and move forward. Have respect for all, promoting self - awareness and excellent behaviour and to keep parents and carers involved in
TDA 2.6 TASK (3.1) (3.4) Describe why teamwork is important in schools 3.1 Describe why team work is important in schools. Outstanding, efficient and effective, teamwork allows the school as a whole to run effectively and achieve excellent results not only for you but also for others. It helps to build a positive relationship with those that are within your team. When there is team work, responsibilities and tasks are shared and are completed more effectively and also in a good time scale. In a school there are many other people to consider as your team rather than just the people you work with closely on a daily basis.
2.1 School Governors School Governors work as a team and come together from volunteers from the local community, parents and teachers this is so they have a adequate diversity of views and experience. The Governing body is accountable for the performance of the school, plans the schools future direction, selects the head teacher, makes decisions on the schools budget and staffing, including the performance management policy. They makes sure the curriculum is followed and taught well. Decides how the school can encourage its aims and values. School governors are at the heart of how a school operates, how they do there job effects the interests of pupils, staff and the reputation of a school in the community.
TDA 2.6 > Why Teamwork is important in schools? “Team” is being part of a group of people who collaborate to achieve a goal. In a team, members acquire a specific role to fulfil, effectively share ideas and work together towards the achievement of a certain task which is Teamwork. Effective teamwork among the school staff is very important as it ensures the smooth running of school. It shows that the school staffs have a common purpose; i.e.
In Bernice Bobs Her Hair Marjorie Harvey is popular and her dull cousin, Bernice, comes to visit her. They try to get along for the sake of their parents but inside, they could not stand each other. Even though her cousin is popular, nobody wants to talk to Bernice. They have dances that they go to and after a dance, Bernice and Marjorie talk. After they talked, Bernice practices the art of popularity for the next dance.
Kevin Tacy Mrs. Portier English 101-3m October 1, 2011 Harley Duval seems like just a normal teenager living her life but then again she is different. The description of Harley would be a strong-minded, independent teenage mother. For only being 17 she is actually very responsible and mature. She also has a great deal courage to be raising a child at such a young age and to be still in high school. Everything Harley does in her life is for her child, no matter what circumstances occur.
Liliana Heker’s “The Stolen Party”, is a short story about a girl named Rosaura. The main focus about this short story is the barriers of low class people in a society. The author writes this story through the aspect of a maid’s daughter Rosaura, who goes to a party of her rich friend Lusiana and where they uses her as a servant rather than a friend of Lusiana. As the story starts to develop also the problem starts to buildup without the main protagonist Rosaura not realizing them. During the birthday party Luciana’s mother Senora Ines had been told Rosaura to do all the works such as: serve the cake, and hot dogs to the guests at the party.
“Phoebe In Wonderland” is a movie, family drama that was released in the year 2008. It tells a story of a nine year old girl, Phoebe Lichten, wanting to play Alice in her school’s play “Alice in Wonderland”, directed by Miss Dodger. Phoebe does an excellent job on stage, relaxed and happy, feeling like she’s in a different world. But when she is offstage, she has an impulsive speech and an odd insecure behavior. Having worries, her parents take her to a therapist.
This has taught me discipline, determination and has given me self confidence. When I first moved to his school I saw prefects as something to aspire to and I think that I am a reliable and responsible student, who can aspire others in the same way. I believe that all of my qualities I have discussed with you today will make me a perfect candidate for the role of a prefect and I feel that I could pass on these qualities and show the importance of them to students lower down the school. 2 – In What Ways Can Prefects Contribute To The Life Of The School? Prefects can contribute to the life of the school by acting as role models to younger students and representing the school.