I would also to make sure that I used all equipment in line with safety regulations. 4. Describe how you act in class in order to be an effective role model for the standards of behaviour expected in pupils. It is important to show children respect, praise and consistency. I feel that I would be a good
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.
The teacher should always treat others fairly, without bias, and as an advocate for the student’s success in all areas of learning. * Supportive of the student using classroom observation and data information, as well as actual communication with the student, to help the student grow academically and socially. 2. How students are expected to behave: * They should arrive in time, well rested, and ready to work. * They should have a good attitude about what they are learning and strive for a full understanding.
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. In my setting there is a code of conduct policy help to manage the children’s behaviour effectively and in a manner appropriate to their stage of development and their individual needs and make sure staff and children keep calm when dealing with inappropriate behaviour. In my setting class teacher ensure that both sides of the story are heard and dealt with consistently. . Navneet Kaur (Neetu) Identify transitions that only some children and young people may experience e.g.
* It is also for the staff to ensure that anything that the children may be using is in a good working order so that no danger can happen to a pupil or another member of staff because of their mistakes. * * Children and
Child protection policy: Being alert to signs of abuse and to understand my responsibility to report any signs of abuse to the designated safeguarding officer. Reason: To establish and maintain an environment that is safe and secure for all of the young people. Equal opportunities policy: My role is to deal with any prejudice-related incidents that may occur, to support all pupils in the classroom including those with disabilities and those whom English is an additional language and to keep up to date with equalities legislation relevant to my work. I must also report any incidents in which I believe do not follow equal opportunities legislation. Reason: To see that all students are of equal value, to respect differences, to share a sense of cohesion, to ensure staff retention and development, to remove inequalities that may already exist, to consult others widely and to benefit society as a whole.
Establishing good ground rules at the start of the lessons are an important part of the teacher’s role to ensure everyone has clear expectations within the classroom environment, this helps to ensure appropriate behaviour and respect for others within the class. The teacher should be ready to teach, be on time and available to greet learners on arrival to their lesson. Recording attendance at all teaching sessions is the responsibility of the teacher. It is important to be approachable with an open, friendly attitude whilst always working within professional boundaries and always respecting confidentiality. The teacher should have the ability to check learners understanding during lessons.
In order for learners to be able to safely work and learn, certain rules and conditions must be established, these are known as Ground Rules. They should support the expectations of behaviour of everyone in a group including the teacher and ensure that lessons run smoothly. Ground rules demonstrate a professional and organised manner, set the tone of a lesson and the routines to be followed. Health and safety requirements can also be imposed. All students require appropriate conditions to work and by setting the atmosphere and boundaries from the outset avoids potential disruption that could lead to misunderstandings.
In this case, teacher should always be prepared, has consistently and clear rules, try her best to create a good relationship with her students. Moreover, keeping learners busy and interested, as well as avoiding frustration due to hard lessons, help to minimize disruption. Verbal Cues: Some misbehavior just needs the use of non-verbal cues by the teacher to avoid disruption. Using eye contact with a misbehaving learner may be enough to stop them engaging in an unwanted behavior. Moving closer to a student may also be effective.