11 Summarise types of provisionVoluntary provision This means it has

Table of Contents

1.1 ~ Summarise types of provisionVoluntary provision ~ This means it has been set up and funded by donations, voluntary contributions, and sometimes run by the local community church or charity. Parents may have to pay to help cover the cost.Private provision ~ This means that the parents have to pay as it is privately run.This may include -Child minders.Day nurseries.Workplace nursery.Statutory provision ~This provides a government funded education for children aged 3 – 18 years. This needs to be available by law, they also have to be registered and inspected by Ofsted. This may be known as maintained settings.Independent provision ~ A school that does not receive public funding they are overseen by a board of trustees and governors Independent schools would still have to follow the early years foundation stage framework, they’ll also be inspected by Ofsted.Provision settings ~ Day nurseries ~ These tend to be from birth to the age of five, nurseries are open Monday – Friday from 6:30am till around 6:30pm. They have to be registered with Ofsted and inspected regularly.Nanny ~ A nanny is someone who cares for the children in the family home and is able to fit in with the unusual hours, working patterns, responsibility for the children’s safety and development.Childminder ~ These are self employed and work in their own home. They offer a flexible service for children, childminders are allowed to look after up to six children from birth to eight years old, including their own. They can only have one child under the age of one. Childminders have to make sure that the children are safe and secure. They provide a variety of activities for the inside and outside of the house. Childminders have to drop off the older children off at school and then pick them up afterwards. Also needs to be Ofsted registered.Out of school clubs ~ These offer care to children of school age. Before and after school they provide a safe and stimulating play opportunities. Some out of school clubs offer breakfast to the children and then snacks after school.Preschool ~ Preschool offers care for children ages 2 – 5 years and operate during the term time. They offer 5 morning/afternoon sessions. Nursery classes ~ These operate within the school and in term time as well as offer 15 hours a week, or if both parents work they offer 30 hours. This is a good way of helping introducing the children to school.1.2 ~ Identify key stages of the statutory framework for learning.Nursery and reception years ~ 3 – 5 year olds.Key stage 1 – year 1-2 ~ 5 – 7 year olds.Key stage 2 – year 3-6 ~ 7 – 11 year olds.Key stage 3 – year 7-9 ~ 11 – 14 year olds.Key stage 4 – year 10-11 ~ 14 – 16 year olds.Key stage 5 – year 12-13 (college/sixth form) ~ 16 – 18 year olds.1.3 ~ Post 16 options for young people and adults.Since 2015 the government changed the age for children to leave education to 18 years old. This is to help them progress in their learning. All young people must stay in some form of education or recognised training until they are 18, unless they get a job. Other opportunities are available.Attend college.Go into employment by getting a job.Start a course or work-based learning.Voluntary work.The government wants to focus on post 16, this is to help young people have the tools and opportunities that they need to fulfil their potential.Understand how school and colleges are organised in terms of roles and responsibilities.2.1 ~ Explain the role held by…Governors ~ Governors work as a team to make sure that the school runs as it should. They have a lot of responsibility for making sure that the school provides a good quality education, promote effective ways of teaching, and learning the settings the schools aim to achieve and the policies. They do this with the headteacher who is responsible for the day to day management of the school. Governors also have the responsibility on the schools budget and staffing plans, for the schools future direction makes site. The school provides for pupils including those with special needs.Senior management team ~Their role is to work alongside the headteacher. Depending on the size and structure of the school, the management team will consist of deputy head year group leaders and SENCO. The senior management are responsible for planning and directing the works of groups of individuals monitoring their work and taking corrective action when necessary. Regular meetings will take place and will be reported back when it’s necessary.Other statutory roles ~ By law, the school has to make sure that all staff roles are fulfilled. SENCO is responsible for managing the provision of the support and education for pupils with special educational needs. They will work alongside parents/carers, other professionals, and making sure all of the paperwork is completed. Also making sure each pupil has an education plan in place.Foundation stage manager ~ The job of foundation stage management is to act as line manager to all staff and ensure individual professional development. Management also need to develop active relationships with parents and community including other schools and nurseries. They also have to manage day to day staffing of the foundation stage unit. And need to play a key role in school improvement.Teachers ~Teachers are responsible for planning, preparing, and implementing the curriculum in all subjects, organising the classroom, creating displays to encourage a positive environment, planning lessons that cater for the needs of the whole range within the class. They also need to keep updated with any changes in the curriculum. They also have to provide feedback for parents/carers on a child’s progress at parents evening or other meetings. They’ll also be involved in the children’s emotional development guiding them through school giving them lots of confidence and helping them grow.Support staff roles ~ Breakfast and after school clubs these are responsible for development and daily running off the breakfast and after school club also provides a safe and caring environment the children will enjoy a range of play learning and leisure activities they will also make sure that the health and safety needs of each individual child are met the club runs from 7.30am till 9.00am the will also offer breakfast to the children after school it will run from 3.30pm to 6.15pm they will pick the children up from the teacher at the end of the day they will offer light healthy snack Lunchtime supervisorsTheir role is to supervisor the children at dinner times they will supervisor them in the dining hall and other school premises and making sure that they don’t leave the school grounds and go in the out of bounds area some of the supervisors will be first aid trained and will deal with any accidents that happen Catering staff Catering staff are responsible for making a nutritious and balanced meal for the children every lunchtime and they also have to accommodate special request Allergies Vegans vegetariansSite manager/caretaker Are responsible for being the first key holder and undertake associated call out duties on a 24 hour basic They are also responsible for the security of the school premises and the contents opening up and locking the gates making sure all the windows and doors are locked at the end of the school day Making sure that the security system is activated to ensure that the premises remain a safe environment at all times Responsible for the health and safety of the school and must attend health and safety training courses when requested Responsible for staff asbestos training and awarenessMaking sure that all equipment and tools are in a safe working condition and stored away properly when not in use They will carry out basic day to day maintenance and any minor repairs that needs to be done Teaching assistants Teaching assistants have two main roles which will be supporting the children’s learning they will also support the class teacher thought out the lesson and will also help with setting up the classroom cleaning away afterwards help with display and some teaching assistants will work one to one with children with special educational needs Support assistants for children with special educational needs There main roles is to support children with special educational needs making sure that all their needs are met, helping the children with a wide range of behaviour or learning difficulties also helping them build confidence and self esteem and independence Specialist or technicians They will ensure that all the internet systems are safe and child protected they will provide support to teachers and all pupils they will upgrade software when needed and install new software Learning mentors These will work alongside the teachers and select a child for mentoring they will help support within the classroom and outside the classroom they will listen to the child and help them with self esteem and help build their confidence they will help with transition days when the child visits secondary school Parent support2.2 Identify external professionals who may work in education..Speech and language therapist They provide support to children and adults who have trouble with communication difficulties this can happen to them at any time young children they help through play they will work alongside the school and the family Educational PsychologistsWork with families and children work within the school or the family homes they will work together with their teachers and senco and offer support and advice on how they can support the child and how they can help with learning,social and emotional difficulties to try and get the child to fulfill their full potential Education welfare office Will work with the head teacher and other senior staff supporting the attendance within the school they will arrange meetings with the family to discuss the child’s attendance their main role is to listen to the pupil and raise any concerns they may be and try to get the pupil to attend school on a regular basic School Improvement PartnerThey will help to identify and priorities for any improvement needs and plan any change they will provide the governors with information on school performance and developmentSchool nurseA school nurse will work with children, parents/carers and teachers they will offer them advice on any issues on a wide range of issues they might have a nurse will play an important role in the child’s development physical, mental, emotional, and social health needs Learning Outcome 3 – Understand teamwork in schools and colleges.3.1 List characteristics of effective teamwork Clear direction Open and honest communicationEncourage differences in opinion Support risk taking and changeTeam trustCommunicate freelyCommon goals Defined roles