Presentation on theme: "Managing Children’s Behaviour. Objectives for this evening To enable parents to help their children by Improving understanding of school behaviour policies."— Presentation transcript:
Managing Children’s Behaviour
Objectives for this evening To enable parents to help their children by Improving understanding of school behaviour policies Improving understanding of school procedures to support behaviour Raising awareness of the best ways to support children
Why do we set expectations for behaviour at school and home?
Why do children behave well? Developed social awareness? Innate goodness? Attention Seeking? Following the example of adults and children around them? Fit and healthy? Or any other reason?
Why do children not behave well? Undeveloped social awareness? Innate badness? Seeking attention? Following the example of adults and children around them? Unwell or tired? Or any other reasons
It is vital that all adults work together to help children to learn to be Kind Tolerant Resilient Honest Caring Sharing Happy
The staff at school will Focus on values Provide clear rules and boundaries Be fair Listen Be consistent Communicate with you
The staff need you to Trust them Encourage positive attitudes Be realistic Tell them if you are worried
We will always tell you If we know about an aggressive act that has caused an injury to your child If we know that your child has caused an injury by an aggressive action If we know your child has sustained an injury by accident If your child has bumped their head If we think your child is being bullied If we think your child is bullying another child
We may not tell you If your child has a minor altercation with another child but has not sustained an injury If your child has a minor altercation with another child but does not cause an injury If your child sustains a minor bruise or scratch by accident If your child does not tell us they have an injury
Procedures generated by the children to help them to learn boundaries Friendship code Playground charter Green Code Coming into school charter Classroom rules
Procedures to ensure consistency Behaviour policy Anti bullying policy Equalities scheme Conflict resolution strategy
We ask you to trust us We don’t mean.. don’t get involved! But try to remember The staff are very experienced The staff are dedicated to pupil welfare They have no desire to have unhappy children in their care
If you are worried Do Make an appointment to see the Class Teacher Send a note in the link book Give the teacher time to investigate Listen to your child if they want to talk to you Make an appointment to see Mrs Keedy if the Class Teacher has been unable to solve the problem Don’t Make an appointment to see Mrs Keedy if the class teacher has not had time to respond Relay your anxiety to your child Grill your child about their day at school