Their goal is to achieve excellence in education and skills for learners of all ages. Ofsted report directly to Parliament and are independent and impartial. They have responsibility for inspecting maintained schools and academies, some independent schools, and many other educational institutions and programmes outside of higher education, inspecting childcare, adoption and fostering agencies and initial teacher training, publishing reports of their findings so they can be used to improve the overall quality of education and training, regulating a range of early years and children’s social care services, making sure they’re suitable for children and potentially vulnerable young people, reporting to policymakers on the effectiveness of these
Throughout this level Kohlberg defined two moral stages regarding social standards, where at first the children will simply try their best to please others and be considered “as a good boy or a good girl” (Independent Commission Against Corruption, 2007, p. 7) and later commence to understand that some rules are interchangeable, and it is one’s duty to follow them (Kohlberg, 1968). In consolidation with this, section 2.3.2 states that Australian schools encourage practitioners to establish clearly defined classroom rules in order for children to abide to, as this will reinforce the teaching of values and initiate a democratic
Web. 30 June 2010. https://files.eric.ed.gov/fulltext/EJ988197.pdf Kathleen Allen wrote this article in 2010. This article is consisted of research conducted to investigate the link among classroom management, school bullying, and teacher practices. It is stated that schools and classrooms that responds to inappropriate behavior with punishment tend to have negative hostile environment. This article is good to coincide with my response to bullying because it shows the importance of complying with our schools Positive Behavioral Intervention Supports.
17. Carolyn and Taylor (2011) found the various programs designed involving teachers and parents to reinforce prevention behavior for substance abuse. The study focusses on various risk factors that could result in inducing behaviors related to substance abuse. If the prevention techniques are implemented properly then chance of young adolescent involved in substance abuse reduces. Thus, parents and teachers play a very important role in reinforcing appropriate behavior in
Andersen United Community School attempts to establish strong connections among all of its members through diverse modalities. Specifically, the school utilizes restorative practices to deal with behavior issues. According to the department of Education,” Restorative practice is a strategy that seeks to repair relationships that have been damaged, including those damaged through bullying. It does this by bringing about a sense of remorse and restorative action on the part of the offender and forgiveness by the victim”. This strategy seems to work with most of the students as it helps them develop growth mindset and holds them accountable for their actions.
Bullying is now becoming a major and current issue across the U.S, especially in the education system. It’s messing with student's academic behavior, and normal behavior either during school or afterschool. The mental, and physical stability of teens is being affected negatively in many different types of ways because of bullying becoming an issue. One of the main reasons of why bullying is affecting teens is because of the different ways the bully is carrying out the action. Another aspect affecting teens is the mental and emotional instability causing bullies to mess with teen’s heads.
According to Walsh (2014), the role of school counsellors is first and foremost to assist students, teachers, school managers and parents to enable students to reach both educational and socio-emotional outcomes through proactive and reactive strategies. As mentioned in the work of Campbell & Colmar (2014, Barletta (1996), he further elaborated that such a professional is not only concerned with the mental health of students but is also actively involved in behaviour management interventions, consultation, career and personal counselling and professional development for teachers and
This report presents policy recommendations for education system to help all children succeed in their schooling. It looks into system level and school level policies to promote equity and quality. It also opportunities for them benefits education systems and societies as a whole. School failure penalizes a child for life. The student who leaves school without completing upper secondary education or without relevant skills has fewer life prospects.
According to Law (2016) the outcome of widening student-participation without the bias can pave way for social integration and social mobility. Many schools have taken baby steps towards achieving these indicators that represent the policy on inclusivity – one of these schools is Dharumavantha School. Inclusion is the process of addressing the needs of diverse learners in each school, in the process of doing so schools are able to discard of exclusion from education itself – to do so all the schools need to identify where they stand as to how they follow the policies (UNESCO, 2009). Based on an observation of Dharumavantha School – in relation to inclusion there are particular aspects of the school that stand out. However, the way the policies are implemented are assured by questioning the management or the leading teachers involved in the school.
The South African Department of Education (2010:7) regards SGBs as organisations comprising parents, educators, non-educators, learners and co-opted members of the community. This group of people is elected to represent the school and its community and must promote the school’s best interests in all its actions and discuss SCHOOL GOVERNING BODY Is a statutory body of parents, educators, non-teaching staff and learners who seek to work together to promote the wellbeing and effectiveness of the school community and there by enhance learning and teaching. DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION Is to develop, maintain and support SA school education system for the 21stcentury in which all citizens have access to lifelong, learning, as well as education and training, in which will in turn, contribute towards improving the quality of life and building a peaceful, prosperous and democratic SA.