Setting and Children Essay

1468 WordsMay 16, 20136 Pages
SHC 32: Engage in personal development in health, social care or children’s and young people’s setting. 1.1 Describe the duties and responsibilities of own work role & 1.2 Explain expectations about own work role as expressed in relevant standards. As a qualified level 3 practitioner I am responsible to fulfil my duties and work role to the best of my ability. In other words I always like to try to give my position my full attention and give it 100% of my time and dedication. I believe that this helps me to support the children in my reception class. I am always aware of the children within my setting that have SEN (Special Educational Needs) and try where I can to give them extra support although remembering the inclusive…show more content…
Another crucial criteria of my role is to promote good behaviour and to help with this all members of staff in our classroom implements the golden rules which have to be followed at all times. We promote this by again asking children to add marbles to the jar, using praising vocabulary or by sticker charts for those children who are struggling to follow the rules. I regularly listen to the children read and keep records of their achievements which are reported back to the class teacher. I am very fortunate that I get along quite well with the other team members in my classroom and this helps with lots of different aspects of my responsibilities and duties as I could find it extremely difficult to communicate with a member of staff if there was an atmosphere and so discussing the children’s issues or next steps may be awkward if it happens at all. Working well in a team is an essential part of becoming a level 3 practitioner no matter what the situation is as we constantly have to have involvement with team members as well as parents and other professionals to be able to provide the children in our care a fair and equal opportunity to education. In order to abide by not only my settings policies and procedures but the laws, regulations and guidelines set by local authorities and central government it is also essential to remember essential aspects of
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