3.1 The difference between each of the terms mission statement, ethos, aims and values can be seen as they are aimed and set by certain groups, such as the governors, parents, pupils and other agencies. The Ethos An Ethos is an agreement with the parents and the Local Authority concerning the school's particular character and spirit. The ethos of our school is one of nurture, support and positive reinforcement. In my school we believe all children are entitled to develop to their potential- academically, socially, emotionally, physically,morally, spiritually, and aesthetically, enabling each child to grow in confidence and able to participate in the wider community. We create a calm and purposeful ethos within our school.
Every Child Matters framework has had a wide ranging impact of provisions for children and young people nationally. As part of this and community cohesion, schools have been developing roles such as after school clubs and extended schools programmes, all of which are inspected by Ofsted. The school will also need to develop their own policies in line with the national requirements for such areas as child protection and safeguarding children. C) Explain the roles of other organisations working with children and young people and how these may impact on the work of school There are a large number of organisations that work with children and young people, so it makes sense that they should liaise with each other, sharing their knowledge and experience. They should develop links with each other for pupil support and community cohesion.
Evaluate the benefits of ICT and its impact on society. Meet the requirements of the National Curriculum as fully as possible and help all pupils achieve the highest possible standards of achievement. Celebrate success in the use of ICT. ICT is a powerful tool, which can be used to enhance teaching and learning across the curriculum, challenging the most able while supporting those with learning difficulties. Pupils will be taught and given opportunities to consolidate skills through highly motivating cross-curricular activities.
They also would like to have continued success after the group has ended. This can be accomplished by the trust that is established with the members and their leader. This paper will summarize the first session of the group that I am leading. It will incorporate the course material from class and I will identify the stages of this group and challenges as it all relates to group dynamics. Group Stage The beginning stages of the group processed as shared by Corey, Corey, and Haynes (2006) states that the following group characteristic are typically observed in a group operating in the initial stage.
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.
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
ST MARGARET’S PRIMARY SCHOOL COMPLAINTS PROCEDURE All schools in Suffolk are committed to providing the best education for our young people and want our pupils to be healthy, happy and safe and to do well. We recognise the importance of establishing and maintaining good relationships with parents, carers and the wider community. We are aware that there may be occasions where people have concerns or complaints and the following procedure sets out the steps that should be followed in order to resolve these as quickly and informally as possible. School governing bodies are required, under Section 29 of the Education Act 2002, to have in place a procedure for dealing with complaints. It is expected that all complaints
The roles of Senior Management Team 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. The Senior Management Team`s functions include the management and evaluation of the following areas:-
What are the solutions to this national issue? All students need knowledge and skills to be successful in a constantly changing world. By evaluating schools throughout the country we can learn what issues are present and how to take action to make reforms. There are ten elements of a successful school that have been identified by the Alliance for Excellent Education. They include challenging classes, personal attention for all students, extra help for those who need it, bringing the real world to the classroom, family and community involvement, a safe learning environment, skilled teachers, strong leaders, necessary resources, and user-friendly information.
1 - What Are The Skills And Qualities You Could Bring To This Role? Hello, my name is Angelina and I am hoping to be selected for the role of a prefect. During my time at Crabtree High School I believe I have developed many different skills and I am confident that becoming a prefect would allow me to develop many more. One of my strongest skills is that I am a natural leader who is well organised, responsible and can act on my own initiative. I also work well as a team player and enjoy sharing success.