Each school must produce a range of policies which formally set out the guidelines & procedures for ensuring equality. These must take account of the rights of all individuals & groups within the school. When considering the way policies work to ensure equality & inclusion, we often just think of the teaching & learning that is happening within the classroom. Policies must also pay regard to the values & practice which are part of all aspects of school life.
The main policies relating to behaviour will be the behaviour policies but other policies will also have an impact for example the health and safety policies, child protection policies and anti-bullying policies. All adults in school are expected to act as good role models and to behave in a consistent manner. We make sure that good behaviour is recognised and praised as well as praising children for good work, effort and achievement.
The second aim of this step is to inform the school community about the broad policy development process and to provide an
All schools are required to produce a Disability Equality Scheme (DES) that sets out ways to promote equality opportunity, positive attitudes towards pupils, staff and others with disabilities.
The behaviour policy outlines the school's aims of how to create “a positive community atmosphere in which children can learn effectively by promoting good standards of behaviour”. The school aims to recognise and respond to good behaviour in children, promoting a positive classroom environment where the focus is on praise of children's good behaviour and work. It outlines rewards and sanctions, and sets out a code of conduct that all children, staff, parents and governors should be aware of.
Is a guideline to all staff on how pupils behaviour should be managed. It is important that this policy is constantly being applied to ensure full safety of the pupils, this is why all staff MUST be familiar with this policy.
. Schools have duty to protect the human rights of both its pupils and staff.
Describe why schools have policies and procedures and Identify the policies and procedures schools may have relating to:
Every school must produce a range of policies which formally set out guidelines and procedures for ensuring equality. These policies must take account the rights of all children and young people. The policies in place work to ensure equality and inclusion; this can be conducted through the teaching and learning that occurs in the setting. However, the policies must also pay regard to the values and practice which are part of all aspects of school life.
All policies are important as they provide boundaries which to work by ensuring a teacher’s job is not put at risk and a child is not declined of their rights. The Grievance policy gives staff the freedom to make complaints following correct procedure and always be heard which is very important as it also gives staff the security of knowing they can approach their superiors if need be without
Behaviour policy- The behaviour policy goes over topics like how to treat others, how you should act in the premises, how you should talk to others and how you should do something when you have been told to do it etc. The policy also goes over rules and consequence’s if the rules are not followed. It goes over how they use positive behaviour support when a child has done well. It explains responsibilities, the curriculum, the values and how rules are reinforced to the children.
When using organisational policies and procedures you need to monitor and review them regularly to ensure that they're in keeping with the organisations visions and missions, they continue
1. Reflect and discuss how the content in Module 1 prepared you to demonstrate mastery on the assignment in Module 1. There were two parts for module one. The first part was to make a wiki and introduce ourselves to the other students in the course. We also had to comment on their introduction.