1. Know the policies and procedures of the setting for promoting children and young people’s behaviour
1.1 Describe the policies and procedures of the setting relevant to promoting children and young people’s behaviour
• Behaviour policy
• Anti-bullying policy
• Dealing with conflict and inappropriate behaviour
• Rewards and sanctions
Behaviour policy the behaviour policy is a guideline to staff on how pupils should behave. It is important for all staff to make sure the behaviour policy is followed for the safety everyone within the environment. The behaviour policy should be clear for all staff, pupils and parents to understand and be followed at all times.
Anti-bullying policy the anti-bullying policy is something all pupils should follow; staff should encourage good behaviour and respect for others and prevent any form of bullying. Any child that feels they are being bullied should feel comfortable enough to talk to any member of staff and all parents should feel equally as comfortable in talking to a member of staff knowing that it will get dealt with in the right way following the policy put in place.
Rewards and sanctions it is appropriate to have rewards and sanctions in place to give the children the boundaries and stability that they need. For example for rewards you could give them visual praise such as reward stickers or they could have golden time to do an activity that they would like to do in a set amount of time. For sanctions they are such things that are done as being removed from lessons, sent to the head teacher or being put on a point’s scheme report.
Dealing with conflict and inappropriate behaviour the conflict and inappropriate behaviour policy is set in place because in order for your child to flourish the most when they know how to behave properly and as expected. Children gain this by following the example set by adults both in the setting and at home. Making sure