She/he responsible for complying the school policies and are kept up to date. Also the head teacher liaises with outside agencies when necessary. The head is in charge of financial issues in school. 2. Deputy Head: Deputy Head work close to the head teacher; he/she will support the head in running the school.
For example I find it essential to discuss the day’s lesson plan and targets with my class teacher. This gives me clear guidance and an objective when working with pupils, of what support I need to give in order to achieve the day’s targets. In the school environment, I am aware that I am acting as a role model to the children. How I communicate with colleagues, parents and pupils will reflect on how children will then communicate. It is important to adapt the way I communicate, because different audiences require different communication styles so that I can be understood easily.
The Head Teachers ultimate responsibility is for the safety and well being of all the children and the staff. They are also responsible for the curriculum and to ensure that it is being followed. Budget Control is also one of the area’s the Head Teacher is responsible for, ensuring that each area of the school is given an adequate amount of the budget. The Head Teacher also must ensure that the staff have ongoing Continue Professional Development. One of the Head Teachers duties is for the admissions policy but they must ensure that it is in line with the local council.
In my job role, I work closely with the class teacher and full time teaching assistant. Each member of the team know and understand their own role in school, they should also know and understand the roles of others in their team and how they fit together to support the pupils. Good communication skills amongst one another are essential to enable us to provide the highest quality of learning and support to the pupils in the classes where I volunteer. In our team, we offer support to one another and discuss the developments and achievements of the individual pupils. We share information and contribute ideas for future
My role is to work under the guidance of the class teacher and senior management providing support to teachers and pupils alike. The main aim of this role is to work together to give every pupil the guidance and support they need to reach their full potential and to become more independent learners. The school motto ‘Believe it! Achieve it!’ chosen by pupils and staff sums it all up. Within my role as a Teaching Assistant in the classroom, I support the class teacher by working with the pupils on a 1:1 basis and sometimes within a small group following the school based curriculum, pupil’s targets and Individual Education Plans.
In order to ensure the best learning environment and wellbeing for the child it is essential for the practitioner to uphold professional relations with the child’s guardians and other colleagues. Most nurseries have specific policies regarding how they keep relations with the child’s parents. As a learner it is important you indicate this to the parent if they ask you a question or have a query so then you can pass them on to a member of staff. The reason this relationship between staff and parent is important is because the parent needs to be informed on a regular basis on how their child is progressing as it is important the child is meeting their needs, also parents maybe sending their child to a private nursery and they are concerned if the money they are paying is having an impact on their child’s development. By having regular contact with the parent, staff can arrange meetings with the parent to discuss the Child's progression and how they can improve working conditions with the child.
Some of the standards covered are communication, equality and inclusion, pupil student development, school policies and curriculum. These standards can be applied to assessors as well dealing with learners in the private sector, who are responsible for guiding and motivating the workforce of today in their learning. 1. Data Protection Act is an important act for teachers and assessors as you need to gain the respect of the learner and you have a duty of care no to reveal any information passed onto you (without the consent of the person). If you are in a position of trust you must not break that trust without the student’s permission.
As a counselor, it is her responsibility to ensure that the students become productive, and well-adjusted adults. Her duties and responsibilities are; to be a support system and provide a safe environment and safeguard the human rights of all members of the community. “School counselors should possess the knowledge, abilities, skills and attitudes necessary to plan, organize, implement and evaluate a comprehensive, developmental, results-based school counseling program that aligns with the ASCA National Model” (American School Counselor Association, n.d.). 2. What are the types of knowledge, skills, and abilities that are needed to successfully accomplish the job responsibilities?
It: • Is accountable for the performance of the school to parents and the wider community, • Plans the school's future direction, • Selects the head teacher, • Makes decisions on the school's budget and staffing, • Makes sure the national curriculum is taught, • Decides how the school can encourage pupil's spiritual, moral and social development , • Makes sure the school provides for all its pupils, including those with special needs, • Reviews pupil exclusions and deals with any cases of staff dismissal appeals. Governors are at the heart of how a school operates. It is important they get things right. How they do their job affects the interests of pupils, staff morale and how the school is seen by parents and others in the community. Governor’s support and challenge heads by gathering views, asking questions and deciding what's best for the school.
For example, they can learn behavior management techniques and communication strategies. Involvement by parents also allows for a more effective parent/teacher communication. Input can be given as to what the child’s interests are, which better assists teachers in supporting and teaching these