Supporting Positive Behaviour Essay

1663 WordsSep 15, 20117 Pages
Unit 209 - Support Children and Young People’s Positive Behaviour Assignment overview Introduction This assignment is intended to provide evidence of a candidate’s knowledge, understanding and skills required to support positive behaviour of children and young people. By completing all tasks within the assignment the candidate will provide evidence that meets the Learning Outcomes and assessment criteria of Unit 209 - Support Children and Young People’s Positive Behaviour Tasks There are three tasks to this assignment. A Policies and Examples B Explanation Assignment coverage Learning outcomes covered Task Task Name Learning Outcomes Covered A Policies and Examples 1 Know the policies and procedures of the…show more content…
• Ensure the child knows that the best thing is not to retaliate. • Listen to the child and make a record of any key information with names, dates and times. • Is there any evidence may be written or a witness. In the case of cyber bullying help the person to keep evidence such as screen capture or not deleting emails or texts and help the child to understand how to prevent it from happening again e.g. changing contact details, leaving a chat room. • Share the information with the Head teacher or Deputy Head teacher and consider subsequent action and support. • Inform both sets of parents of action to be taken. • If bullying persists the Head teacher will involve the parents in improving the situation. Attendance A letter will be sent to the parents of any child identified as having attendance problems informing them of the school’s concerns and offering support to resolve any problems that may be preventing a child from attending. The child’s attendance will be closely monitored and if after a two week period there appears to be no improvement the parents of the child will be invited to a meeting with the head teacher to discuss the issue and hopefully resolve any problems preventing the child from attending. If the parents do not attend the meeting or after the meeting the attendance of the child does not improve a formal referral to the EWO (education welfare officer) will be made. Schools have a school behaviour policy and
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