Duties and responsibilities of own work role..... SUPPORT FOR THE SCHOOL Responsibilities and duties is to create safe, happy, positive and stimulating learning environment that children can be cared for. To beware and to follow the school policies and procedures relating to child protection, health and safety, school rules, behaviour policy, confidentiality and data protection, reporting any concerns to an appropriate person. To ensure all children and young people have equal access to opportunities to learn and develop. To respect and support the role of other professionals. Keeping up to date with change procedures and practice by attending meetings and training.
Basic everyday good manners should be recognised and a subtle prompt given if missed to ensure the correct level of respect is both given and received. * Understand expectations and limits- All children within the school should know what the schools expectations of positive behaviour is. This could be outlined by class rules and school rules and should be made clear from the
TDA 2.9 1. Describe the policies and procedures of the setting relevant to promoting children and young people’s positive behaviour. In the school when managing behaviour, all members of staff need to be aware of school polices and procedures. School have to make sure that all children in the school understand how they expected to behave to kind and considerate manner and also encourage them to learn in a positive environment. The policies include guidance: Behaviour policy :( Promoting appropriate behaviour in the children and discouraging inappropriate behaviour) The school’s behaviour policy is very important because this policy gives guidelines to all members of staff how they can manage children behaviour.
209 Support children and young people’s positive behaviour. 1.1 Describe the policies and procedures of the setting relevant to promoting children and young people’s positive behaviour. The policies and procedures in place in my setting relevant to promoting children and young people’s behaviour are, • Behaviour policy • Anti-bullying policy • Attendance • Dealing with conflict and inappropriate behaviour • Rewards and sanctions • Code of conduct Behaviour policy The behaviour policy is a guideline to staff on how pupils should behave. It is important for all staff to apply the behaviour policy for the safety of all pupils and staff. The behaviour policy should be clear for all staff, pupils and parents to understand and be followed at all times.
The reason for these policies are to promote positive behaviour and all schools have policies on : • Behaviour • Bullying • Child Protection • Equal Opportunities As a TA it is our responsibility to find out about the role of staff, rewards and sanctions and training. To develop a harmonious learning environment appropriate rules, need to be established and enforced, behaviour plans and most importantly pupils to be involved in the process. I feel if learners understand why rules are important then there is a greater chance that they will follow these rules. Rogers 1998, 1995 ''Shared rights, shared responsibilities and shared rules'. At Parkway Primary School a lot of verbal praise is given and I have done this many
To successfully implement and keep a Safe School Act I encourage to have a strong sense of your philosophy education, such as your beliefs and the curriculum you will be teaching. My bully prevention plan will consist of implementing EEDA character traits in the classroom and school, focusing on the development of the child, and providing a sense of a community within the classroom and school. I
Strategies to implement social emotional climate in the Classroom Developing students’ social and emotional competencies helps schools create safe learning environments that contribute to academic achievement for all. The information provided relates to leadership, professional development, resource coordination, instructional approaches, policies and protocols, and collaboration with families. Social and emotional learning means the processes by which children acquire the knowledge, attitudes and skills necessary to: • recognize and manage their emotions, • demonstrate caring and concern for others, • establish positive relationships, • make responsible decisions, and • constructively handle challenging social situations The goals of socila emotional curricula include teaching the following basic skills: Self-Awareness focuses on identifying and recognizing emotions; accurate self-perception; strengths, needs, and values; and self-efficacy. Self-Management includes impulse control and stress management; self-motivation and discipline; goal setting; and organizational skills. Social Awareness addresses perspective taking; empathy; difference recognition; and respect for others.
There are many types of effective intervention strategies that are put into place to help manage students that are diagnosed with EBD. Regardless of the intervention used in school, to help regulate the child’s behavior, the purpose of intervention is to allow the student to manage their own behavior no matter where they are. Because of that reason, the self-management strategy is an effective technique of providing support to EBD children. Advocates of Cognitive Behavioral Intervention attest to the mutual relationship with behaviors and thoughts as a primary principle of their method. Engage CBIs children in self-management, which involve; self-control, self-instruction, self-evaluating, self-monitoring, and self-reinforcement.
Describe the policies and procedures of the setting relevant to promoting children and young people’s positive behaviour. 1. 1.1 The policies and procedures in place in my setting relevant to promoting children’s and young people’s behaviour are, • Behaviour policy • Anti-bullying policy • Attendance • Dealing with conflict and inappropriate behaviour • Rewards and sanctions • Code of conduct Behaviour policy The behaviour policy is a guideline to staff on how pupils should behave. It is important for all staff to apply the behaviour policy for the safety of all pupils and staff. The behaviour policy should be clear for all staff, pupils and parents to understand and be followed at all times.
support each child in their learning and work with parents and carers as partners in children’s learning and development. understand your responsibilities in meeting the learning and development and safeguarding and welfare requirements of the EYFS. oversee the educational programmes to ensure that all areas of learning are includedand that assessment is consistent and used well to inform planning. promote equality and diversity and have a clear overview of the progress of all the children who attend. evaluate your provision, use this information to identify priorities for development and set challenging targets for improvement, with a focus on children’s achievements.