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.
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.
Gives guidance and support to school staff and ensure high quality service and the best practice possible. Disability Discrimination Act 1995 and 2005 Special Educational Needs and Disability Act 2001 Race Relations (amendment) Act 2000 Children’s Act 1989 Children’s Act 2004 Government strategy for SEN 2004 Code of practice to promote race equality 2002 Every Child Matters 2005 School Policies, safe guarding G&T, SEN diversity, bullying. 1.2 Describe the importance of supporting the rights of all children and young people to participate and equality access. All children have the right to a varied and balanced education. This also must be supported by a high quality of teaching and learning experiences.
TDA 3.4 – Promote children and young people’s positive behaviour. 1.1 – Summarise the policies and procedures of the setting relevant to promoting children and young people’s positive behaviour. There are a number of procedures and policies within a school that promote positive behaviour for children and young people. These include the behaviour policy, the code of conduct, rewards and sanctions, how the school deals with conflict and inappropriate behaviour, the anti-bullying policy and the school’s attendance policy. The behaviour policy is simply a set of guidelines on how school staff should deal with their students’ behaviour.
Encouraging and establishing student self-control through a process of promoting positive student achievement and behavior is what every classroom needs. Classroom rules and procedures should be established with students the first week of school. Each student should have full understanding and be aware of what is expected of him/her. Providing a safe learning environment where students can participant is a key factor in classroom management. A student needs to feel comfortable with themselves, others, and the teacher, so there can be meaningful discussion and interactions.
It lays out what we expect from the parents and what we will give back to them. The Dealing with bullying policy sets out our aims as a school and strategies for dealing with bullying so as to show parents that we will not tolerate it and that we as a school strive to provide a happy and friendly environment with the visions and values that promote positive behaviour and in so doing creating a place in which children and young people are able to learn. 1.2 Our Good behaviour for learning policy states that good teaching and learning are crucial to good behaviour and as a school we pride ourselves in encouraging and inspiring our children to succeed, our Dealing with bullying policy talks about our school curriculum being based around the five outcomes of ECM (Every Child Matters). Both policies are crucial in helping children and young people to: a) Feel safe…by allowing them to know that bullying is taken seriously and not tolerated as stated in the Dealing with bullying policy, it also reassures them that they will be listened to and acted upon. The Good behaviour for learning policy explains what appropriate action will be taken according to each case.
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.
Unit 10.1.1 Know the policies and procedures of the setting for promoting positive behaviour Describe the policies and procedures relevant for promoting positive behaviour in children and young people Unit 10.1.1 St Mary’s Church of England Primary Academy has adopted the following policies to assist in promoting positive behaviour in all children within its setting. These policies are summarised below. Behaviour Policy * All children have the right to work and play in an environment where they feel safe, valued and can thrive. * Bullying is unacceptable and must be firmly prevented. * Teachers have the right to carry out all aspects of their work without regularly being disturbed by poor behaviour (beyond that which it is reasonable to expect from young children) or subjected to verbal or physical abuse.
When managing pupils conduct all staff members ought to be conscious of school policies. It is vital that you know where they are located and have become familiar with them so pupils will comprehend when you utilize sanctions also behaviour management approaches. Policies and procedures of the setting that are pertinent to raising positive behaviour embrace a range of things including behaviour, code of conduct, dealing with conflict and inappropriate behaviour, rewards and sanctions, anti-bullying also attendance. Within the school setting I am currently functioning in the behaviour policy is structured to assist the approach in which each and every member of the school work together in a supportive manner. JOIN NOW The behavior policy on promoting positive behavior within the school setting possesses the guidelines/code of conduct which the school use to help raise positive behavior.