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1 All resources in the "Contributions" section of our resource bank have been submitted by delegates on our Taking Care of Behaviour Online course. For more information about this practical, self-paced course, please visit: Classroom Expectation Contributed by Monique Schutte I teach ICT for KS4 students and I have decided to design a PowerPoint Presentation about classroom expectations. I will show this PowerPoint Presentation (attached document) at the start of each year to inform new students what my expectations in the classroom are and to reinforce the Code of Conduct to existing students. The PowerPoint Presentation will cover the classroom procedure, the school’s code of conduct, consequences for poor behaviour and also the reward system for good behaviour. I hope by showing this to my students, it will show them what my expectations are and how I will deal with behaviour according to the Code of Conduct.

2 Classroom Expectations Information and Communication Technology (ICT) Ms. Schutte

3 Background information I teach ICT for KS4 students and I have decided to design a PowerPoint Presentation about classroom expectations. I will show this PowerPoint Presentation at the start of each year to inform new students what my expectations in the classroom are and to reinforce the Code of Conduct to existing students. The PowerPoint Presentation will cover the classroom procedure, the school’s code of conduct, consequences for poor behaviour and also the reward system for good behaviour. I hope by showing this to my students, it will show them what my expectations are and how I will deal with behaviour according to the Code of Conduct.

4 Classroom Procedures Politely greet each other at start of the lesson Starter Activity (5 min) Explanation of lesson objectives (5 min) Coursework tasks on laptops (30 min) Free time on computer when work is completed Plenary (What did you learn?) (5 min) Dismissal

5 Code Of Conduct Meet behaviour expectations and respond to warnings Not use phones, MP3 players, iPods or any other electrical equipment during lesson times Go to the Withdrawal room when directed to

6 Consequences If you are not following the Code of Conduct and responding to support offered the following will happen: Stage 1 – Verbal Warning Stage 2 - Yellow Card Warning Stage 3 – Withdrawal Room – recorded on SIMS If you are sent to the withdrawal room more than twice in one day you will spend the rest of the day there and your parents/carers will be informed. If this happens twice in a week a meeting with your parents/carers will be arranged

7 Rewards for good behaviour Token at the end of the lesson. A positive phone call home will be made. Free time when work is completed. Postcards and letters home.

8 In lesson we: Arrive on time Stay the course of the lesson leaving only with permission Attend to the official speaker Listen to each other with respect Contribute to all tasks and complete them Ask for help when we need it Allow others their needs Enjoy each others’ sense of humour Smile and enjoy being together Switch off our phones

9 Show Respect Value yourself. Be honest and ethical, and practice strong moral values. Treat all members of the school community and all visitors with politeness and respect. Honour the ideas and opinions of others. Offer to help. Be responsible with property and belongings.

10 What you can expect from me as your teacher. I will trust you until you give me reason to do otherwise. I will respect you and work with you to solve problems. I will promptly correct and offer feedback on your work. I will work with you to meet learning objectives I will offer extra help and alternative assessments should you require them.


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