Unit 304 Promote Children and Young People’s Positive Behaviour

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Unit 304 Promote 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 of the setting relevant to promoting children’s and young people positive behaviour covers a range of six sectors these are

• Behaviour policy
• Code of conduct
• Rewards and sanctions
• Dealing with conflict and inappropriate behaviour
• Anti-Bullying
• Attendance
Behaviour policy
A guideline to all staff on how pupil’s 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.

Code of conduct
A set of rules/guidelines for the pupils so they understand how they should behave and what is expected of them. It is important that the children are reminded of the code of conduct so that it becomes their routine and they fully understand it. It is essential that positive behaviour is always promoted, praised and used as children notice when adults behaviour is out of character, if positive and professional behaviour is continually used it is more likely that the pupils will also behave in that way. .

Providing a school environment that is safe and stimulating for the children in our care. In order to ensure that this is so, there is a policy with set procedures to create a calm, secure and happy working environment for all. There are, however, occasions when individual children exhibit behaviour that is unacceptable. As part of the Discipline Policy of rewards and sanctions, all staff use behaviour modification strategies to change an individual child’s behaviour. By using a positive system of rewards we reinforce good behaviour, we believe that setting high standards and expectations, and focusing on positive achievements. By using a positive system of rewards we reinforce good behaviour, we believe that setting high standards and expectations, and focussing on positive achievements.

All members of the school community should respect one another. Primary School expects children to be well-behaved, well-mannered and attentive. Children should walk (not run) within the school. All children should respect their own and other people’s property and take care of books and equipment. All children should show regard for their fellow pupils.

If a child has a grievance against another child, it should be reported to a member of staff, who will take appropriate action. Children should wear the correct school uniform. Jewellery and trainers should not be worn. Children should not bring sharp or dangerous instruments to school. .

Foul or abusive language should never be used

Chewing Gum is banned

Mobile Phones are not allowed

Rewards and Sanctions

Physical violence is never acceptable, neither is retaliation. Repeated or serious incidents will lead to a managed moved which means the student will be transferred to another school. Although good behaviour is encouraged in schools, children will still behave inappropriate at times. Consequences for bad behaviour• Name on the board (sad face) • Miss time out from golden time, break or lunch play.

• Be sent to the head of year/deputy head
• Be sent to the head teacher and a meeting arranged with parents Continuous bad behaviour, the student is put on report these reports are filled in by the teacher in every lesson on the day, saying whether the student has behaved in class, the student can be on report for a week or longer depending on the response of the student producing good behaviour.

My response to inappropriate behaviour on a daily basis within the classroom.

Examples continuous disruption to a lesson, I would ask the student to come outside of the classroom where I would speak to the student in a stern but positive voice, reminding them of the consequences of their behaviour, and in some cases I...
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