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schools as organisations

By lee165 Oct 10, 2013 436 Words
Task A - Know the structure of education from early years to post compulsory education (1.1/ 1.2/ 1.3) 1. Identify six different categories of school.
For each category, prepare brief notes about the way in which they are owned, managed and financed, and the curriculum they are required to follow. Type of schoolOwnedManagedFinancedcurriculum

Community schools

Foundation and Trust schools

Voluntary-aided schools/voluntary–controlled schools

Specialist Schools
Independent Schools

Academies

Free Schools

2. For a school that you are familiar with:
a) Identify which of the above categories of school it falls into. b) Explain how the way the school is managed reflects the points included in the brief notes prepared for each category? 3. Prepare a presentation or information leaflet for parents at the school which explains the various stages of education from the early years up to the end of compulsory education (remember to include entitlement and provision for early years educational) 4. Summarise the options open to students from the age of 16 Task B - Understand how schools are organised in terms of roles and responsibilities (2.1/ 2.2) 1. Draw an organisation chart, identifying those with responsibility for strategic management and operational management for a school you are familiar with. 2. Explain the strategic purpose of:

a)school governors
b)a senior management team
c)other statutory roles e.g. SENCO, Foundation Stage Leader d)teachers
e)other support staff e.g. Learning Mentors, Teaching Assistants, Midday Assistants

3. Name four types of external professionals (i.e. someone not employed by the school) who may work with a school e.g. educational psychologist. Write brief notes on the role of each.

Task C - Understand school ethos, mission, aims and values (3.1/ 3.2) For a school you are familiar with, obtain a copy of the school’s ‘mission statement’ or other statement reflecting its core beliefs and purpose. 1. Explain how the ethos, mission, aims and values of the school are reflected in working practices 2. Evaluate the methods of communicating the school’s ethos, mission, aims and values. Task D - Know about the legislation affecting schools (4.1/ 4.2/ 4.3) 1. Identify six major pieces of legislation, codes of practice etc. which affect the work of schools. For each of these, summarise the major points and explain one way in which the day to day working of a school is affected. (There is an example/template table in your tables folder which can be used to answer this question. You do not have to use it; you may design your own or use an entirely different method.) 2. Explain the roles of Ofsted and the Health and Safety Executive. Task E - Understand the purpose of school policies and procedures (5.1/ 5.2/ 5.3)

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