types of schools in relation to educational stage(s) and school governance
• Describeroles and responsibilities of:
- School governors
- Senior management team
- Other statutory roles e.g. SENCO
• Describe the roles of externalprofessionalswhomaywork with a school e.g...
help that child.
TDA 2.6 HELP IMPROVE OWN AND TEAM PRACTICE IN SCHOOLS
3.2 Describe the purpose and objectives of the team in which they work.
If you work with an individual child you may also work alongside others such as SENCO or externalprofessionals, whomay come into...
who provide midday and cover supervision, pastoral, bilingual and subject support, or special educational needs and additional support.
Level 2 Award in Support Work in Schools is a knowledge based qualification suitable for all roles in schools, including site staff...
development and describe their roles and responsibilities.
Occupational Therapists - who receive referrals from the school and work with children on a one to one basis. They look seating for the pupil and arrange specialist equipment for the environment within the school
Speech and Language Therapists...
who ensure the school and it's grounds are clean and safe, office staff who deal with the administrative side of things within a school, late arrivals etc.
2.2 Describe the roles of externalprofessionalswhomaywork with a school.
Schools have a wide range of externalprofessionalswhowork...
demonstrate and uphold their aims
Give one example how your schoolmay demonstrate and uphold their values
4.1 List the legislation and codes of practice which affect work in schools
4.2 Describe how these laws and...
The learner can:
2.1 Describe how to establish respectful, professional relationships with adults.
I would always be polite and approachable and I would find out exactly what my role was within the team. I would ask for guidance or advice if I was unsure about something...
development and effectiveness of work teams, work with other professionals and liaise effectively with parents.
2.2 Describe the roles of externalsprofessionalswhomaywork with a school e.g. educational psychologist.
e) support staff roles
2.2: Explain the roles of the externalprofessionalswhowork within the school e.g. educational psychologist
6.3 Explain the roles of other organisations working with children and young people and how these may impact on the work of schoolsSchool...
place if needed. Display work relevant to learning and offer extra support to children whomay need it. (senco)
2.2 Describe the roles of externalprofessionalswhomaywork with school e.g educational psychologist.
: (1) program management and stafﬁng, (2) program planning and monitoring, (3) professional development and technical assistance, and (4) partnerships. b) List of sources for external data related to your program, such as your Youth Risk Behavior Survey (YRBS) and School Health Proﬁles.
the school) whomaywork with a school. Describe the role of each.
Type of externalprofessional Description of role
1. EDUCATION WELFARE OFFICER Generally based within local authorities, they will visit schools and work closely with the Head Teacher monitoring pupil attendance, giving support...
Unit 2.5 –
Schools as organisations
Learning outcome 2 – Know how schools are organised in terms of roles and responsibilities.
2.2 : Describe the roles of externalprofessionalswhomaywork with a school e.g educational psychologist.
There are a large range of professionalswhowork...
schoolwhoworks with the school governors and Senior management team to make sure the school is running smoothly and taking on any problems and solves them. | The head teacher is responsible for the whole school from staff, pupil to finances. |
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2.2 Describe the roles of external...
Practice Candidate Handbook
Describe how the pre-school setting can work with parents to progress the learning and development of children with disabilities and special educational needs Identify the roles of professionals and agencies whomay be involved with children with disabilities and...
programme for the qualifications. Aspects relevant to individual apprentices, such as their terms and conditions of employment, may be covered by the employer as part of the apprentice’s induction to the school/college and their job role. Specialist providers such as human resources (HR) professionals...
relationships with adults. What is the importance of adult relationships as role models for children and young people? – ref – 2.1, 2.2
There are 3 main types of adults that you may come into contact with as a teaching assistant.
BUSINESS Personal effectiveness techniques Explain the importance of effective time management.[K] Describe the barriers to effective time management and how they may be overcome.[K] Describe the role of information technology in improving personal effectiveness.[S] Consequences of ineffectiveness at work...