Support Children and Young Person Positive Behaviour

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Support Children and Young People’s Positive Behaviour

Willington Independent Preparatory School
“Non scholae sed vitae discimus” (Education for life )

‘We help boys to fulfill their potential in a stimulating, positive and secure environment.’ Willington Preparatory School mission is to enable each boy to develop not only his academic,aesthetic and sporting potential, but also his self confidence and poise as a thirteen year old boy ready to meet the demands of his future life. The school is commited to achieve its mission by poviding a safe and happy environment where all the boys could learn in a relaxed and secure atmosphere. Willington School has a portfolio of policies help children learn in a secure place and become positive,

Anti Bullying Policy
Anti Bullying policy aims to ensure that all members of the
school community ( all governors, teaching and non teaching staff, pupils and their parents) understand what bullying is and that they areabletofollowtheschoolantibullyingpolicy.Bullyingofany kind is unacceptable at our school. If ever bullying occurs, all pupils should be able to tell and know that incidents will be dealt with promptly and effectively. The policy stress on what racism is and that the school is legally obligated to keep a log of any racist incidents. The anti bullying policy defines the procedures and outcomes of dealing with serious bullying as well as the methods forhelpingchildrentopreventbullying.Copyofthatpolicyisheld in the school Office.

Discipline& Behaviour Policy
Discipline and Behaviour policy aims to set a standard and make clear expectations of behavour as well ensure a consistent and fair approach throughout the school. Discipline policy defines the rewards and the sanctions, and how and when to be applied. Paper copy of the Willington school discipline policy is available at the school Office. Also teacher’s computers have access to the school’s hard disc where an electronic copy of all school policies could be found.

How TA can contribute to the pupil’s positive behaviour? • PromotetheCodeofconduct. Promotegoodbehaviour,respectandconsiderationtoothers. EncouragesupportivefriendshipsandrewardingthisthroughBadgesoftheWeek. Providesupervisionandmonitoringanysituationsandkeepingwrittennotesatallthetime. Beavailableandapproachablesopupilcouldconfideanyproblems. RecordanymadeandinformtheFormTeacherortheDesignedSenior. Informcolleaguesofanyconcernsandcollatingevidence. Alwaysbeawareofracistincidentsandlogthemiftheyoccur.

How TA can contribute to the pupil’s positive behaviour?
Beagoodrolemodelandpromotearesponsiblebehaviour,self-disciplineandrespectfor self and others. • DopromoteandensurethatthechildrenareawareoftheCodeofconduct. • Dopromoteteachingandlearningthroughthebuildingagoodrelationshipbasedonmutual respect and consideration for others. •Bealwaysfairandconsistentwhenapplyingthepolicies. • Alwaysencourageandstimulateapositivebehaviourbygivingameaningfulpraiseandre ward according to boy’s age.

Attendance Policy
As attendance is important for pupil’s education and establishes a positive working ethos in early life my responsibility is to promote a future attendance. A classroom practitioner I need to reassure and comfort children who have been absent from school for a long period of time and follow the plan that is developed to help them to catch up with missed curriculum. It is essential that the school is informed of the reasons for absence. Unauthorised absence is regarded as truancy and all absence should be recorded on a child’s annual report. All boys are required to arrive on time as lateness is recorded in the register. The teacher should be notified of the late arrival of a pupil and the reason for that. If a pupil is absent and the 2 3

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