TDA 3.4: Promote children and young people’s positive behaviour 1. Understand policies and procedures for promoting 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. The policies and procedures relevant in my school are written in the prospectus which is available for every adult and child in the school to read. 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.
A child who enters school healthy and feels safe is ready to learn and will most likely love school. Proper childcare, parenting skills and community resources play a major role in education. Statewide initiatives such as First Steps and Early Head Start are vital to children during the early stages of life. These programs meet the needs of the entire family including parenting classes,
Deciding how the school can encourage pupils’ spiritual, moral and cultural development | Senior management team | Work with the Headmaster which shares the responsibilities for all aspects of school leadership and management. | Planning and directing the work of groups of individuals, monitoring their work and taking corrective action when necessary. | Teachers | Plan, prepare and deliver lessons to meet the needs of all pupils by setting and marking work and recording pupil development as necessary. | Help pupils improve education for their future, identify emotional, intellectual and physical issues which may hinder or reflect on pupils learning to their full potential. Present a caring but professional approach and to show respect to pupils and teach them to respect others.
Through this plan, students will be able to learn to conduct themselves in a respectful way towards all teachers. This management plan will also give students structure to follow rules and regulations in school. Conduct of a teacher When you become a teacher, you should have set standards you live by and teach by. You also have to carry yourself as a leader because students tend to look up to teachers they like, so they are watching your every move. I would make sure I use correct grammar when I am speaking with parents, other teachers, school officials, and the students.
Name; Nicola Bull Date; 21/9/2015 Evidence; Signature; TDA 2.6 (3.2 3.4) My team Head teachers role: The head teacher oversees the day to day running of the school this includes its staff, pupils and grounds. The Head Teacher holds the responsibility of building relationships in the community and also to maintain a safe and effective working environment for their staff and a safe happy environment for the pupils. The head teacher also has overall accountability to ensure that the school is compliant with government guidelines, policy and law. Teachers Role: Teachers are responsible for teaching lessons in a imaginative and informative way whilst still sticking to their guidelines of the curriculum. This helps the children to enjoy their learning a little more.
* Deploy all resources, including staff and financial resources to achieve the school’s aims and provide regular reports to the Governors on the performance of the school. * Build a productive and safe learning environment which is engaging and fulfilling for all students. * Evaluate school performance and identify priorities for continuous improvement. * Obtain an effective day to day management, organisation and administration. Roles of a Deputy Head Teacher: * To take full accountability for leading and managing significant aspects of the school, under the general direction of the Head teacher.
I would always use encouraging words, be approachable, understanding and show empathy in order to stimulate and encourage positive behaviour. I should set clear rules and boundaries in the classroom that will support and encourage positive behaviour from my first introduction to the pupils. My manner, body language, posture and communication must appear confident and authoritative as pupils are more likely to co-operate. Teaching strategies that I could use are: • Keeping a classroom clean and tidy, attractive, safe and well stocked with materials and resources will help to create a calming atmosphere for the pupils and also help them to respect their school environment • Displaying pupils work is an excellent way of encouraging them to take pride in their own work and abilities • Photographs of pupils, where permitted, working respectfully and displaying them in the classroom also promotes good behaviour • Encouraging and praising children with low self-esteem to lead teams or groups will help build positive behaviour, personality and character • Provide stickers and creative wall charts to show a pupils success and always verbally praise a pupils positive behaviour and contribution to the classroom to illustrate their success • Star of the Week: This strategy is adopted by many KS1 and KS2 schools; it should be used for different reasons each week to encourage less able pupils or pupils with more challenging
In providing the proper atmosphere for learning, classroom management is an important key in the success of your school year. The key ingredients for successful classroom management include a clear and concise presentation of all expectations, rules, policies and boundaries by the teacher and a clear understanding and agreement for compliance by the students. Students should also have a clear understanding of the consequences for disobedience. This precedence should be established before the school year begins and reinforced in a positive way daily by doing the routine things routinely. One activity I would like to implement would be an integrity chart.