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TDA 2.9 (1.1)
policies and procedure of the setting relevant to positive behaviour.
Every individual should feel safe and secure while within the setting, if this is not felt, it may effect how that individual behaves. behaviour policy's and procedure's are put in place to ensure that children/young people feel safe and secure whilst within the setting and so they understand that there is consequence for negative behaviour and that they are rewarded for positive behaviour, this encourages positive behaviour as children and young people strive from receiving praise And adult approval.
Code of conduct (staff):
Children and young people are learning all of the time and it is therefore important that the example practitioners set them is always is a positive one. Children and young people will watch how staff behave, work and communicate with each other and They will copy. it is vital to be a positive role model to encourage positive behaviour. The code of conduct for staff is a policy put in place to ensure all staff behave appropriately to encourage positive behaviour in children and young people.
Code of conduct (children and young people):
Children and you people often don't automatically know what behaviour is expected of them or what is unacceptable or inappropriate. The code of conduct for children and young people is a policy put in place to ensure that children and young people know and understand how they are expecting to behave and what is unacceptable behaviour. By knowing this they will often understand and demonstrate positive behaviour.
Rewards and sanctions:
Most often children and young people will respond to rewards for positive behaviour. Sanctions should only be applied when rewards have failed, or where it is necessary in the circumstances to show appropriate disapproval. All rewards and sanctions must be applied fairly and consistently. None of the sanctions will...
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