1.1 Describe the policies and procedures of the setting relevant to promoting children and young people’s positive behaviour.
The school has a behaviour policy which includes the anti-bulling policy. The policy sets out the procedures for rewards and consequences these include the island system, Work of the week, the sports cup, the end of academic year awards. Consequences could be the nurture group, individual behaviour logs, parental involvement, catch up, exclusion, action from the governors, expectation during play time, reporting and recording. The setting also uses the traffic light system. If a pupil misbehaves then their photo is moved to amber, if the child continues to misbehave then their name is moved to red. Once a child is moved to red then they lose that days golden time. The policy also includes the school golden rules which are followed by all pupils. Always try to do your best. Be kind, polite and respectful. Move sensibly, listen carefully, look after our school environment, and treat others as you would like to be treated. The school also have a home school agreement, which sets out what is expected of the school, the pupil and the parent. This is in the pupil’s homework diary so they can see it every day. The anti-bulling policy lets staff and pupils understand what their individual and collective responsibilities are. There is also an attendance policy, which is important as this ensures that a pupil and parent know what is expected of them, as if a pupil’s attendance is not good then their learning may become affected.
1.2 Describe with examples the importance of all staff consistently fairly applying boundaries and rules for children and young people’s behaviour in accordance with the policies and procedures of the setting. Consistency is important as it makes sure that children understand what is expected of them. If all members of staff use the same tools for behaviour management the pupils are more likely to behave well as they...
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Turlin moor community school attendance policy
Turlin moor community school behaviour policy
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