Promote Children & Young People’s Positive Behaviour.

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Unit 6 Task 2 (5.3)
Promote children & young people’s positive behaviour.

Unit 6 Task 2 (5.4) Promote children & young people’s positive behaviour.

The behaviour policy must by law set out measures which aim to:

← Promote good behaviour, self discipline and respect. ← Prevent bullying
← Ensure pupil’s complete assigned work.
← Regulate conduct of pupils.

My placement setting supports year’s 7 & 8, all with varying SEN. The behaviour requirements within the classroom are very clear, all children are aware of: • who is in charge?
• what are the rules?
• All the rules will be applied fairly and consistently? • The consequences of breaking the rules and/or adhering to the rules? Many strategies are in place and used throughout the lessons to manage behaviour. One particular strategy is used throughout the whole school and has proven success. Through out each lesson pupils are monitored on their punctuality, conduct, behaviour and level of achievement. At the end of each lesson each pupil is asked a set of simple clear questions and graded accordingly from 1-5. (1 being poor to 5 being excellent). The teacher will discuss with each pupil the events of the lesson; will question all aspects of the conduct, why they were late? Why they misbehaved? Did you achieve your goals? Albeit the academic achievement is of upmost importance their behaviour plays a huge overall part of their grade. The grade sheets are transferred throughout the day to each lesson so all staff are aware of how each child is behaving. The grade sheet lands on the Head Mistresses desk at the end of each day. She will also monitor all the information on each child. Constant poor grading will result in pupils being put on a...
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