Teaching assistant level 3 Assignment 12 Question 1 Outline the daily /weekly routine for the pupil and or the class whose learning you support? Morning Reception children should arrive between 8:45 and 8:50am and proceed quietly to their classroom where the teacher will be waiting. Parents are welcome to accompany their children into school. School commences, for reception children, at 8:55am. Parents should deliver their children to the classroom via the reception class door and not be walking
include the following information: • • • the short-term targets set for or by your child the teaching strategies that will be used to help your child the educational provision to be put in place at your child's school for your child, this means any extra help from teachers or specialist equipment that is needed to enable your child to meet the targets that they have been set when the plan should be reviewed the level of achievement that your child would need to reach before the plan would no longer be needed
Teaching Assistant Level 3 – Assignment 11 Question 1: Outline procedures for ensuring that Individual Education Plans for pupils are in place and regularly reviewed. Provide examples of the relevant forms, e.g. an Individual Education Plan; review sheets for pupil comments, parent comments and staff comments; record of review. Remember confidentiality. Individual Education Plans (IEP) has an educational purpose; it provides evidence of the agreed special educational interventions and other
Teaching Assistant Level 3 – Assignment 1 Question 1: Give examples of how you would plan activities. Planning activities is based on pupil’s individual’s interests, needs and abilities, and emphasises the importance of observations and assessments of pupils, although the process for planning is continuous it still consists of these fundamentals: identifying future learning needs, preparing specification of intended learning outcomes for the pupils, observing and recording of the pupils responses
Teaching Assistant Level 3 – Assignment 2 Question 1: List ten important safety points for establishing a healthy, safe and secure environment: 1) All equipment and materials must be appropriate to the ages/level of development of the pupils, for example, small items are potential choking hazards for young children. 2) Pupils must listen carefully and follow instructions on the use of equipment and materials during activities, e.g. handling fragile or breakable objects with care.
Teaching Assistant Level 3 – Assignment 3 Question 1: Why is it important to observe and assess pupils’ development? It is essential to observe pupil’s as it enables the teaching assistants and the teacher to make an objective assessment on individual pupils. They are able to establish the pupils: behaviour patterns; their individual learning styles; the level of development; their existing skills; curriculum strengths and weaknesses; their current learning needs and learning achievements. In addition
be different. Each child will be offered a free snack every session. For your child to receive a place you must be entitled to one of the following benefits: ✓ Income support. ✓ Income based job seekers allowance (JSA). ✓ Income related employment and support allowance (ESA). ✓ Support through part of the immigration and asylum act. ✓ Guaranteed element of state pension credit. ✓ Child tax credit and earn less than £16,190 per year.
number of different methods, not just through speech. Communicating is about how we respond to each other. This can be done through facial expression, touch, body movement or the way that a person dresses can convey a lot. People communicate on all levels whether this be personal or professional. When people communicate, information is being shared with another and through this a relationship or bond can be formed. In the workplace when I am supporting an individual, I get to know them and thus a relationship
the inﬂuences around them and play an active part in shaping their relationships. This section will give you some information about what children are typically doing at various ages and stages in their social development. AGE SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT 3-9 MONTH Shows fear of strangers and excitement to familiar people Laughs when head covered with towel Laughs out loud Holds out arms when wants to be picked up Recognizes mother and self in mirror Sees mother as a serperate person; father
carers and families in improving outcomes for children and young people and the need to provide support for parents, carers and families in order for them to do so. The Government also recognises the important role of the local community. To ensure that local children's services reflect the needs of children and young people, local authorities and partners are required to ensure there is a good level of participation of children and young people in the design and delivery of services. A key element