Tda 2.8 Support Children and Young People`S Health and Safety.

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Provide displays in school 1.1 The display policy for the school must provide high standard displays that reflect the work of children of all abilities. Provide displays that support current topics and work. The school aims that the school should be filled with excellent examples of the children’s work and show a wide range of work from the curriculum. Create a stimulating, vibrant and thought provoking learning environment. Encourage children to value and be proud of their work and their achievement. Acknowledge effort celebrate achievements and value the work of all children. Each class must have a board that they are to mount a display in the school entrance and on corridors. Children usually do displays of Maths work in the corridors or inside the classrooms. Also all Art work should be double mounted to make the presentation of the work exciting. Teachers have to be responsible for making sure the displays are kept up to date and changed regularly. The displays are to make the school an exciting, happy and welcoming place for children, staff and visitors. 1.2 The importance and purposes of displays in the school is to be very clear on what your particular display will be used for as there are many different purposes, such as Art work or Maths. Showing children’s work to others is important for children’s self-esteem so they can see what they have achieved and it also can improve children’s motivation in the future. The actual environment has a large impact on a child’s learning. Children, who feel more engaged in their classrooms, will most likely be more receptive. It can encourage children to interact more with their environment. Teachers should praise effort as well as perfect work. It should be that there is a piece of work by every child on display somewhere. Displays can be used to communicate to others what the class is doing. Child development in

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