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
The behaviour policy should be clear for all staff, pupils and parents to understand and be followed at all times. Anti-bullying policy The anti-bullying policy is something all pupils should follow; staff should encourage good behaviour and respect for others and prevent any form of bullying. Any child that feels they are being bullied should feel comfortable enough to talk to any member of staff and all parents should feel equally as comfortable in talking to a member of staff knowing that it will get dealt with in the right way following the policy put in place. Attendance For children and young people to get the best out of their education it is vital they attend school regularly; regular time off school will seriously affect their learning and routine. It is an offence to keep children off school without a good reason and may result in the parents being prosecuted.
This in turn should create a caring, happy atmosphere in the school which can enable effective teaching and learning. The school has its own code of conduct which all members of the school are to support. The school code of conduct is as follows; This is our school we will: • look after everything in and around it • follow instructions first time • always do our best work and let others do the same • treat everyone as we would like them to treat us • move sensibly round school and always walk inside. The school looks out for positive behaviour done by pupils and emphasis is placed on the acknowledgement of this. There is to be a clear understanding by staff, pupils are parents of what is acceptable and unacceptable behaviour.
They ensure that all the children in the school understand clearly how they are expected to behave in a kind and considerate manner and also encourage them to learn in a positive environment. The policies include guidance in two areas Promoting appropriate behaviour in the children and discouraging
1. Know the policies and procedures of the setting for promoting children and young people’s positive behaviour. 1.2 describe with examples the importance of all staff consistently and fairly applying rules for children and young people’s behaviour in accordance with the policies and procedures of the setting. The importance of being fair and consistent it is important that everyone in the setting is both fair and consistent when dealing with children’s and young people’s behaviour. When you are fair and consistent in your response to inappropriate behaviour, the child’s sense of security and knowledge of right from wrong will be reinforced.
Unit: M/503/1232 No. 7 Roles, Responsibilities and Relationships in Lifelong Learning Criteria: 3 Write a report detailing how you would ensure the safety of learners and a supportive environment implemented. 3.1 Explain how to establish and maintain a safe and supportive learning environment. In a learning environment it is important for learners to feel safe and need to be able to look to their teacher as being a role model. There are always going to be rules for the safety of the class and dance classes are no exception.
UNIT 304 Knowledge Understand policies and procedures for promoting children and young people’s positive behaviour. 1.1 The policies and procedures we use in our setting relevant to promoting positive behaviour are the ‘Good behaviour for learning policy’ and the ‘Dealing with bullying policy’. The Good behaviour for learning policy explains what, as a setting, we expect from our pupils, staff, parents, governors and even visitors. It sets out our code of conduct, it explains how, as a school, we develop a positive learning atmosphere, what classroom management strategies we use and about the rewards and sanctions too. It lays out what we expect from the parents and what we will give back to them.
Also teachers need to make sure all the equipment the learners will be using during the course is safe for them to use. Ground Rules. When starting the course, a teacher should make sure they create a safe environment in the classroom: this means making sure everybody is comfortable with everybody else and nobody is trying to bully anyone. When working with adult learners it could be better to have ‘commonly agreed ground rules’ so they can agree with each point and find elements to discuss. This is good because when they get to decide the ground rules it’s more unlikely that they are going to break them.
Trained teachers will automatically know the types of measures to use incase a student exhibits a certain undesirable behavior. These measures will ensure that students behave in an appropriate manner and their performance is excellent. They will also make sure that the relationship and interaction between them and their students is healthy therefore building a favorable learning environment. They should be in a favorable condition to notice various problems that individual students go through, advice, keep close watch and offer valid solutions. For a school to be the best place to mould good behavior and emotions, it needs to have consistent rules and consequences in case an individual breaks them.
It sets out recruitment best practice, some underpinned by legislation, for the school, local authority, and further education education sectors. All schools should protect children and promote their welfare by providing a safe environment for children to learn in. Creating a culture which recognises and understands the importance of safeguarding - including listening to and discussing with children. Identifying children who are suffering or likely to suffer significant harm, both at school and at home, and referring immediately any concerns to the local authority children’s social care services. Preventing unsuitable people from working with children.