They help to set high standards for the school, plan the schools future and set targets for school improvements. School governors also make the school more accountable to the public and help the school be responsive to the community and needs of parents. The senior management team is made up of a head teacher and deputy head teacher. In larger schools this includes the senior teachers, school business manager and the special educational needs co-ordinator (SENCO). Their role is to lead any changes, set the strategic direction and make sure the school is doing the best for the children and staff.
It lays out what we expect from the parents and what we will give back to them. The Dealing with bullying policy sets out our aims as a school and strategies for dealing with bullying so as to show parents that we will not tolerate it and that we as a school strive to provide a happy and friendly environment with the visions and values that promote positive behaviour and in so doing creating a place in which children and young people are able to learn. 1.2 Our Good behaviour for learning policy states that good teaching and learning are crucial to good behaviour and as a school we pride ourselves in encouraging and inspiring our children to succeed, our Dealing with bullying policy talks about our school curriculum being based around the five outcomes of ECM (Every Child Matters). Both policies are crucial in helping children and young people to: a) Feel safe…by allowing them to know that bullying is taken seriously and not tolerated as stated in the Dealing with bullying policy, it also reassures them that they will be listened to and acted upon. The Good behaviour for learning policy explains what appropriate action will be taken according to each case.
The Reporting and Assessment Advice ensures that outcomes of these environments are communicated regularly to parents providing them with “easily understood information about how their child is progressing and plans for future learning.” Through my teaching practices, I mindful that my teaching strategies and abilities need to combine with those set out in the initiatives and methodologies to provide a safe and engaging learning environment for all students. My studies and practices have given me the opportunity to apply my understanding and knowledge of the stated
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 Johns’ achieves their mission statement by making sure children develop social and personal skills through learning with, and alongside others within the Christian content of the school. Children need a positive image of themselves in order to successful learners Children need equality of opportunity to gain full access to the curriculum Active involvement makes learning more interesting, more meaningful and more likely to make sense to pupils. Problem solving and making investigations is an important part of primary education. This form of learning helps children to think more, raise questions, try out ideas and record their findings. They welcome the involvement of parents.
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
Unit - TDA 2.6 Help improve own and team practice in schools ▪️Describe why teamwork is important in schools The importance of teamwork in schools is paramount in achieving the end goal of providing the highest level of education and support to the pupils. Whether it be the Head teacher, class teachers or support staff we are all part of the same group, a team. We all share a common purpose and working together as a team effectively benefits the children's education and general wellbeing. For the team to function effectively it's paramount that we all understand the roles and responsibilities of all the parties within it. Understanding these will enable us to understand our own contributions to the team and how we all come together
I would like to support this classroom in reference of two theories, Erikson and Reggio Emilia. I saw how successfully the children developed trust how they expressed their safety and security. The teachers were consistent and emotionally available. Erikson’s believed children can sense one-hundred percent trust or one-hundred percent doubt. (Erikson) Another, amazing theory that I can compare this classroom and teachers, their practice and professionalism, children are motivated to learn on what they are interested on, the teacher nurtures that ability so that the children grow and learn.
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.
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. These elements will determine the success of each individual student and create a learning environment made to fit their