S, T and L in Schools

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Unit 15: Provide displays in schools 1. Understand the school policy and procedures for displays 1.1 Describe the school policy for displays The school policy on displays is different for each school, there may be a separate policy or it may be within a policy. It may just have a description describing displays, but in general it should have four sections which are:  The overview  The objectives  The strategies  The outcomes The overview states that the aim of the displays in the school is to celebrate the children’s work by making their work noticeable not only in the classrooms but in shared parts of the school too. The objectives state that the school aims are to have excellent examples of the children’s work, and show a wide range of work from the curriculum. It aims to set high standards and to ensure that the school and classrooms are a welcoming place. The strategies state that the teachers are responsible for their classroom displays with the support from the teaching assistants being directed with the mounting of the displays. The teachers are also responsible for making sure that the displays are kept up to date and changed regularly. All the staff will provide children’s work for the shared areas and a rota is kept to ensure that all the staff will participate. All areas of the curriculum should be covered. Each class will be given the opportunity at some point in the year to prepare and organise a display in the school entrance and along the corridors. The outcome of the displays in the school is to grab the visitor’s attention and to impress them by the quality of the work on display and the work on display should communicate the school
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