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The Head Teacher of your school is looking for volunteers to present a talk about what it is like to work in education

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  • Post Date 2019-06-28T09:44:53+00:00
  • Post Category Coursework Queries

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The Head Teacher of your school is looking for volunteers to present a talk about what it is like to work in education

These non-mandatory tasks have been developed to meet the knowledge learning outcomes for this unit. 

Task 1 links to learning outcome 1 (AC 1.1, 1.2, 1.3) and learning outcome 2 (AC 2.1, 2.2) 

The Head Teacher of your school is looking for volunteers to present a talk about what it is like to work in education. 

You volunteer along with 2 other colleagues and you agree to present as a team. It is decided that you will deliver the opening section focusing on the structure of education from early years to compulsory education. 

 Create a presentation that: 

- summarises types of early years provision 

- explains post-16 options for young people and adults 

- identifies key stages of the statutory framework including the National Curriculum and procedures for assessment and benchmarking. 

 To compliment your presentation, create a resource to give out which explains the different roles held in a learning environment. Make sure you cover: 

- governors 

- senior management teams 

- other statutory roles, eg SENCO 

- teachers/tutors - support staff roles. 

This resource should also identify different external professionals who may work in education 

Task 2 links to learning outcome 3 (AC 3.1, 3.2) 

This task considers the importance of effective teamwork and professional relationships when working in a learning environment. The consequences of ineffective teamwork and poor communication can be serious. 

 Spend some time thinking about the consequences in the scenarios below: 

- Scenario 1: Matthew, a teaching assistant, left work early for the dentist but forgot to tell his line manager. 

- Scenario 2: Chloe was allowed to leave school with her sister without her parents’ permission. 

- Scenario 3: Mila missed her appointment with the school nurse because her mother does not understand English and could not read the appointment letter. 

- Scenario 4: Ria took the wrong school bus home because the new bus company waited in a different park of the school grounds due to being given an old information sheet. 

 List a minimum of three (3) characteristics of effective teamwork and explain the role of communication in establishing professional relationships for effective teamwork

Task 3 Links to learning outcome 4 (AC 4.1, 4.2) 

To support this task refer to the ethos/mission statement of own setting or another educational setting. 

 Identify the ethos, mission, aims and values of an educational setting. 

 Explain how the ethos, mission, aims and values of an educational setting may be reflected in working practices. 

Task 4 Links to learning outcome 5 (AC 5.1, 5.2) 

 Make an appointment with your supervisor to discuss the policies and procedures of own setting. Consider how these policies protect, guide and contribute to quality in the learning environment. 

 Make notes from the discussion to undertake the tasks: 

- Identify policies and procedures schools and colleges have relating to: 

o staff 

o pupil welfare 

o teaching and learning 

o equality, diversity and inclusion 

o health, safety and security. 

- Explain how policies and procedures contribute to quality in education


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