Assessment task – TDA 3.4 Promote children and young people’s positive behaviour
Important: Within the evidence for the tasks below where relevant you also need to show examples of how you embed the knowledge into your own /the settings practice. Please remember you must show your own knowledge and practice do not copy what is in your research materials. Plagiarism is taken seriously. Task 1 links to learning outcome 1, assessment criteria 1.1, 1.2 and 1.3. LO 2 ac 2.1 LO 3 ac 3.5
Produce information about promoting positive behaviour for parents, children and young people within the school setting, the information must show that you can: 1
A) Summarise the policies and procedures of the setting relevant to promoting children and young people’s positive behaviour
Code of conduct
Rewards and sanctions
Dealing with conflict and inappropriate behaviour
We take great pride in our school in promoting positive behaviour. This is reflected in many of our policies which are in place. Listed below is a brief summary of some of the policies and procedures in place:
Behaviour Policy – In order for effective learning, good behaviour in all aspects of school life is necessary. By adhering to this policy we aim to recognise and promote positive behaviour and by doing this will promote self-esteem, self-discipline and build positive relationships based on mutual respect. The policy is aimed at everyone in the school community from parents, governors and staff, so it can be applied consistently. All staff work hard to help children to maintain high standards of behaviour. This is important so that they can use their time in school effectively to learn and that learning is not disrupted by others. We actively encourage and promote good behaviour which is rewarded in a variety of ways such table points, merits, praise from teachers and staff. Children also understand that poor behaviour is not acceptable, within school we have a clear set of behaviour consequences such as if a child is disruptive: question them on their behaviour; a warning if inappropriate behaviour continues a yellow card then followed by a red if behaviour does not improve.
Code of Conduct – It is of great importance that pupils and parents are aware of the Academy’s high expectations for pupil conduct. High standards are expected and a positive approach to discipline is taken to encourage pupils to show consideration and care to fellow pupils and property. Pupils are to -
Respect all other people, regardless of race, culture, gender, and religion. Behave in a quiet, polite and orderly manner.
Follow the instructions of all staff.
Wear full academy uniform.
Be punctual for the academy and lessons.
Remove outer clothing (scarves, coats, gloves) before lesson. Leave lessons only with permission from a member of staff.
Have a bag to carry books and equipment.
Look after Academy’s property.
Be clean and tidy at all times.
Work to the best of their abilities in all lessons.
Pupils must not –
Bring mobile phones, I-pods or other electrical items to school Use bad language or swear anywhere on Academy’s site.
Write on desks, walls, or Academy fabric.
Show intimidating behaviour- physically, verbally, or otherwise. Run along corridors or stairways.
Interfere with other pupils work either physically or verbally. Chew gum at any time.
Access other pupil’s files on the Academy’s computer network. ● Rewards and sanctions – we aim to create a healthy balance between rewards and sanctions with both being clearly specified. By implementing these we aim for pupils to learn to expect fair and consistent sanctions for inappropriate behaviour and to ensure we retain a safe and positive learning environment. Integral to the system of rewards is an emphasis on praise both informal and formal to individuals and groups. Positive recognition is the cornerstone...
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