4. Explain the strategic purpose of • School governors • Senior management team • Other statuary roles e.g. SENCO • Teachers • Support staff roles All roles in a school are important and no role is more important than another. School governors work within a school and are a critical friend to school, they offer support and advice through the schools good and bad times. They help to set high standards for the school, plan the schools future and set targets for school improvements.
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
1.1. Explain why effective communication is important in developing positive relationships with children, young people and adults. Communication is important in developing relationships with children and young people because having positive relationships with the people we interact with makes our daily lives easier and more productive. In an educational environment maintaining positive relationships opens up opportunities for good communication, it gives us confidence in our ability and an understanding of our environment. Accepting shared responsibility by knowing what our role is and what’s expected of us is very important, following recognised procedure and understanding shared values all promote good relationships.
I will create this environment through an engaging curriculum, personable interaction, topic orientated discussions, and group work. Since my license will include an endorsement in Special Education my classroom management will include a focus on flexibility defined as the ability to respond to the moods, emotions and the capabilities of my students on any given day. Meeting the needs of my students, based on their individual need, will be a crucial part of my classroom management structure. I will accomplishment this by promoting self-management and self-efficacy in my students to the best of their abilities. Creating a predictable, consistent, and success-oriented environment will promote self-management in my students by creating, basic, daily routines with limited changes (Savage & Savage, 2010).
In some cases, if the children do not understand a rule (this could be down to the way the rule is worded) then staff must discuss them regularly during class and assembly time so that the pupils can remember them. Children who display a good following of the code of conduct should be recognised. Children who show good behaviour in class are usually rewarded with an achievement sticker or older pupils could get rewarded with things like a longer amount of Golden Time for example. If
“Transformational leaders are able to increase follower self-efficacy, giving the group a ‘can do’ spirit. Followers are more likely to pursue ambitious goals, agree on the strategic goals of the organization, and believe the goals they are pursuing are personally important” (Robbins & Judge, 2013, p. 384). By evaluating and comparing my characteristics with my admired leader, Janet Mock, “People working for charismatic leaders are motivated to exert extra effort and, because they like and respect their leader, express greater satisfaction” (Robbins & Judge, 2013, p. 381). Developing those additional leadership skills and advancing the characteristics I currently possess, will allow me the opportunity to expand my horizon. Conclusion Understanding and evaluating leadership styles and theories can allow an individual to assess his or her capabilities.
Level 2 206 Help improve own and team practice in schools 1) Describe the importance of effective team practice in school. Mention the function and objectives of the team in which they work. Ref 3.1, 3 Making a school successful takes more than individual effort, it takes teamwork. Individuals need to work together towards shared goals and commitments focusing on meeting the academic and social needs of all pupils in the school.Whilst it is important to know and succeed in your own role within the school it is also beneficial to have knowledge of others roles within your team and how you all can work effectively together.It is crucial for the team to have regular meetings to enable the staff to implement new ideas or plans, solve problems, discuss, prioritise and accomplish important tasks, which in all will benefit the pupil’s education and school experience. Characteristics of an effective teamLack of selfishnessA sense of common purposeShared ResponsibilityParticipationRegular and open communicationUnityRespect and trustCommitment to the aimThe purpose and objectives of the team in which you work Supporting a named childIf you work with an individual child you may also work alongside others such as SENCO or external professionals, who may come into the school such as the following, Education welfare officer Physiotherapist Occupational therapists Educational psychologist Speech and language therapist Specialist teachers Giving general support within a specific class or departmentWithin a primary school the purpose of thee assistant is to work with the class teacher and in many cases with other adults and assistants who may work together.
Supervision for Successful Schools Grand Canyon University: EDA 551 Supervision for Successful Schools School culture is important to the success and happiness of a school. Sometimes culture of a school can sometimes be very difficult to establish. A successful school culture is created through an excellent leader. The leader has to understand basic leadership styles. Through observation, it can be determined if the school is conventional, congenial, or collegial.
I will encourage students to get the most from their education and foster high standards of behaviour while making students’ time at the school a positive and enjoyable one. I am aware of the expectations placed on driving high academic achievements and behaviour and I am prepared to volunteer my time to become involved in activities which will develop NCHS School, helping to construct an even more successful community inside the school. I am eager to assume a pastoral role alongside my teaching duties, to shape the pupils experience of learning as a whole. I have successfully communicated with parents and carers of students to guarantee their support when dealing with challenging behaviour and also in congratulating students who have exceeded