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Tda 2.13 Display Boards Essay

  • Submitted by: anonymous
  • on May 27, 2013
  • Category: Miscellaneous
  • Length: 646 words

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TDA   2.13   Provide displays in schools

*describe the schools policy for displays
*describe the importance and purposes of displays in the school
*describe how displays are used in the learning process
*describe the requirements and procedures for carrying out a risk assessment for displays.

At my school we have a team of clerical LSA this team along with the teachers are responsible for the up keep of the display boards along the corridors. The classroom display boards are the responsibility of the class teacher and the ta/lsa.
All of the boards are required to have a plain back ground and boarder as this enhances the pupils work. The use of drawing pins is not allowed as pupils can remove these for other purposes. A staple gun is used to secure the background and any bulky display items otherwise we use blue tack as this lengthens the life of the backing paper. The use of nails and screws are only permitted when displaying permanent artwork that has been framed and only after consulting the asbestos log book as part of our school is very old and still contains asbestos in places.
Some of the displays are for long term in the corridors the classroom ones tend to change half termly to reflect the theme of the curriculum. One of the classroom displays is the ‘Working Wall’ and this is designed by the class teacher and updated to support and flow with the childrens knowledge. I find the Working Wall useful for phonics. However some of the displays are free standing and are only for short periods of time. The display which I had to do was one of these. It consisted of two large blue free standing boards which I displayed the childrens work on ‘Monsters in numeracy and literacy’ these boards were to accompany the childrens class assembly to the rest of the school and their adults.
Displays in our school are allowed to have the child's name on pieces of work however any photographs do not. Some parents/carers have opted out of having any photographs of their...

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