Detailing the benefits or encouraging and rewarding positive behavior and providing examples of the types of behavior that should be referred to others and to homo these should be referred. Assessment Criteria 1. 2 Why it is important for all staff to be consistent and fair when applying boundaries and rules for children and young people and outlining the implications that inconsistent applications of rules may have. All staff in school should know and use rules consistently and behavior should be monitored closely by the schools senior management.
Children and young people should be shown fair and consistent boundaries at all times they respond well when they know what is expected of them, if all members of staff use the same strategies when managing behavior. If behavior is not managed well this could waste lesson time and children’s learning could suffer. Children should know the sanction and rewards and the order in which it will be applied no matter who talks to them about their behavior.
If they are consistent and fair the children get to understand quickly what id acceptable and what’s not. If you are inconsistent they become confused and may become scared or withdrawn as they are unsure of whether their actions are leading them into trouble or not. If you treat children differently and react to individual children’s behavior fervently you can be accused of favoritism, bias and visitation. You can project an image on someone who lacks control and doesn’t know what they are doing and therefore lose authority and respect.
The school should work as a whole to be consistent in-line with policies and procedures then staff, pupils and parents have an understanding of the rules, boundaries and behavior expectations as well as sanctions that result from transgressions this results in a calmer, smoother, day and easier year group to group transitions. Reasons why it is important to have behavior boundaries:- To create a positive environment, which encourages independence and development of self – of esteem to enable all children to care for themselves, be responsible for their own safety and take ownership of their own action and take pride in their achievements.
To stop all forms of bullying, racial and sexual harassment all incidents will be thoroughly investigated and all children involved will be counseled and parents will be informed and involved in all decision making. When children are being bullied in school we may not always recognize that they are being bullied or likewise they also may misunderstand the nature ND label one incident as bullying. All incidents will be recorded and in cases or racial and sexual incidents the schools governors will also be involved.
When managing pupils behavior, all staff will need to be aware of schools policies. The majority of children / young people do not present Challenging behavior, and they attend arrange of educational settings in environments which are conductive to learning appropriate behaviors. , it is essential to ensure that behavior which does not meet school settings expectations, is responded to throughout management strategies that do not rely upon and form of physical or abusive intervention.
The aims of this procedure is: To promote positive behavior management in schools and education settings and to help schools and educational settings to understand what the law means for them in practical terms and provide staff with advice on good practice. To protect the interest and well – being of children and young people’s for whom staff have a shared responsibility and to protect staff in fulfillment of their responsibility’s to children and young people and reduced the likelihood of actions by staff being challenged in the courts.
Protecting the local authority who ultimately has responsibility for the actions of its staff. Examples of applying these rules and boundaries in accordance with policies and procedures All adults who work within the school environment have a responsibility to themselves and to the schools, to model a high standard of behavior, both in their dealings with the children and with others adults within the school as their examples of behavior has a significant influence on the children’s behavior. Good strong teamwork between adults will encourage good behavior in children.
Each school has a behavior policy that staff should be aware of and adhere to all staff; all new staff follows an induction programmer to guarantee a dependable approach to behavior management. Classroom organization and teaching methods have a major influence on children’s behavior in classroom environment, children are aware of the degree to which they and their efforts are valued. A good relationship between a teacher, teaching assistant and the children promotes positive strategies which are used together with classroom displays that the children have done by themselves all have a bearing on the children’s behavior behavior.
Assessment criteria 2. 1 The benefits of encouraging and rewarding positive behavior. All children are given explicit guidelines on their expected behavior within the schools premises and all expectations are given in clear and precise manner paying attention of the relevant age range. All children will be encouraged and trained to the daily routines and responsibilities for their own actions when in school. Positive and appropriate behavior is rewarded with special choosing activity and positive attention and privileges.
A whole class sticker chart maybe implemented to encourage more positive behavior in which the class will be rewarded with a treat. The best way to reward good behavior and encourage more is positive reinforcement. Good behavior results from parents and adults rewarding the child with encouragement and positive words. If a child feels good about something that they have did and achieved they are more than likely to repeat the good behavior. Children are naturally born pleader’s and you can reward good behavior with a simple smile, a laugh, praise or a continuing fun activity.
Children will be encouraged to repeat good behavior because each time they are having more fun and enjoyment. Good behavior means that they get to repeat the fun things that they like to do and this encourages them to have good behavior. Rewarding good behavior with compliments children like to feel more grown up then they are and this encourages the children to continue with good behavior and will also make them feel more independent. Tell the children with good behavior that they are acting a certain age older.
Another way to reward good behavior is to tell the child or children how pleased you are with something that the child has done. The child will be encouraged to keep up with the good behavior. Most importantly reward good behavior and encourage more with patience and kind words. Assessment criteria 3. 2 Examples of the types of behavior that should be referred to others and to whom these should be referred to. There will be times when children might not show a positive behavior.
There could be many reasons for any type of inappropriate behavior shown sometimes children and young people are just testing the limits of their boundaries or sometimes their could be far more serious reasons behind it. However in a situation like this teachers and teaching assistants need to concise that when the child needs to be referred to others. Sometimes children’s behavior could show some signs that they need some extra support. Children biting:- Most children stop biting by the age of three.
It is common in toddlers and is linked to frustration as they cannot talk and express their feelings and find it difficult to control their emotions. If older children are still biting they may need to be investigated to determine what is causing them to behave in this way. Aggression:- While most children will squabble and younger children will hit out elder children should be more controlled. Aggressive acts such as hitting another child for no reason should be referred. Change of behavior:- If children’s behavior changes on certain days or who were fine earlier may need additional support.
There could be many reasons of sudden change in their behavior such as abuse, family separation, or a bereavement in the family. Many behavioral problems can be solved by a teacher or teaching assistant but sometimes the more serious problems needs to be reported on to people higher up in the school system. These include: Hearing a child saying something about another person’s race. Which the teaching assistant at first report to the teacher, then the head and if necessary they would inform the parents of the children involved.
Verbal abuse to another to another person. First this would be reported to the teacher and then the head and if necessary the parents of the child. Stealing from other children or around the school e. G. Classroom etc – report to teacher and the head, parents of the child or children will be informed and police if necessary. The types of behavior that are unacceptable and should be referred to others include:- Using your power, strength and authority to intimidate others, Abusive language, and racist, homophobic, sexist language.