TS2 & TS5

October 17, 2016 11:46 am

The focus of this journal is based on pupil progress and how gaps were identified and planning was adapted. The context of this journal is based around two lessons. One lesson identified gaps in the children’s learning which saw the lesson that was planned adapted during the session whereas the... View Article

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Behaviour Management – TS7

October 13, 2016 11:48 am

Science lesson taught on levers and pulleys The children reacted extremely well to the science lesson; they were all engaged and all seemed to enjoy the lesson. Behaviour during the session was very good and no sanctions had to be given, although warnings were given out. The lesson was noisy... View Article

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Behaviour Management

October 6, 2016 8:24 am

After having our guest speaker, Nicola S Morgan speak about how to approach behaviour management, I feel more confident and ready to put these techniques into practice for myself. Previously, I have found behaviour management difficult particularly in my class, as we have a few “characters” that can be hard... View Article

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Behaviour Management S5 & S7

October 6, 2016 8:23 am

I was asked to take a small group of students out to take a photo of the workman. The pupils were told that they had to stand on the red line a distance away from the building work, anyone who did not do this was to loose minutes of their... View Article

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Behaviour Management Standards 1 and 7

September 30, 2016 7:48 am

Having little experience within the school environment and coming from a very different work background, it was important to me to spend my first week exploring the surroundings.  I have concentrated on building relationships with staff, my mentor and successfully learning the names of the children in year 5.  I... View Article

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SEND – Standard 5

September 30, 2016 7:47 am

There are a few children in the class that have so far seem rather disengaged. They have various special educational needs: dyslexia and EAL. It became apparent that they were being “left behind”. As their specific needs were not affecting their behaviour they had not been addressed as quickly as... View Article

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