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Set high expectations which inspire, motivate and challenge pupils establish a safe and stimulating environment for pupils, rooted in mutual respect set goals that stretch and challenge pupils of all backgrounds, abilities and dispositions demonstrate consistently the positive attitudes, values and behaviour which are expected of pupils.
Michaela Community School Behaviour System Policy We develop all pupils in the habits of self-discipline and kindness, through preemption, consequences and support.
Participation in the statewide program is limited to 500 pupils in 2013-14 and 1,000 pupils in 2014-15.
It is a condition of this indemnity that pupils will not be permitted to drive, manage, control or move mechanically propelled vehicles of any description and indemnity will not be provided in any cases that arise as a result of a breach of this condition.
It has a clear responsibility to help staff and pupils deal with bullying should it occur and to prevent it.
We aim to enable all pupils to achieve their full potential in secure, well ordered, supportive surroundings.
PRACTICAL GUIDANCE FOR PUPILS AND PARENTS For Pupils - What can you do if you are being bullied?
Programme Manager Terms & Conditions ● Salary: £24,000 £26,000 ● Start Date: August 2016 ● Working hours: c. 40 hours per week (the role involves a half day on Saturday during at least two school terms) ● Holidays: 25 days per year, plus bank holidays ● Contract length: Contract length: 24 months, subject to successful completion of the first 12 month period About Team Up Team Up uses tuition, delivered by inspirational university students, to enable pupils from low income backgrounds to meaningfully increase their academic attainment in order to improve the choices open to them. About the role This is a demanding and exciting role for a multiskilled individual looking to gain experience in programme and people management. In this role you will be responsible for taking a group of schools and their pupils and tutors through the programme from start to finish, and for ensuring the programme genuinely makes a difference to those participating. In the first year of your contract you will focus on your school portfolio, while in the second year you will have the chance to use your experience to mentor other team members or take on more strategic work alongside your main role of supporting your schools. Team Up is seeking someone with ambition, high expectations and attention to detail, keen to develop themselves in an environment that rewards entrepreneurship and accountability for results. If you are committed to making a difference to young people and to your own development, this is the role for you. You will be joining a small team of staff in a fun and friendly environment where we work hard for the mission and for each other. We look forward to welcoming you on board. Key Responsibilities: 1.
Our leadership day is carried out every year, we invite 5 pupils from each of our feeder primary schools year 5 class.
Power to the Pupils A New independent schools project offering low carbon renewable energy at no upfront cost After a very successful pilot scheme Regional Energy are pleased to announce their NEW renewable energy scheme designed to offer independent schools the opportunity to benefit from low carbon renewable energy technologies at no upfront cost and fully maintained for twenty years.
KDT recently donated monies totalling £2,500 to Friends of Ruffwood School to enable them to undertake much needed renovation work, bringing the facilities at Ormside up to date for the benefit of pupils across Knowsley ■ a brief history Prof Michael Parkinson CBE commented:
Linis Tenga Free ear cleaning and check-up services were rendered not only to grade school pupils of Assumption Socio-Educational Center, but also to children and some adults living in Bo.
To demonstrate, have each child partner up with someone and take turns covering and uncovering their eyes while the other watches to see their pupils get bigger and smaller.
RID 3870 GML July 2016 22 Zone 2 Rotarians, headed by DGN Frank Manga (2nd from right), giving instructions for the smooth distribution of school materials to the pupils of Tubaran Elemetary School.
Fewer than two-thirds of primaryschool pupils reach the last grade in 41 countries (out of 133 with data).
It was agreed to start an educational campaign for Primary and Secondary schools across Cardiff and the Vale of Glamorgan from September 2014 in earnest, and that teachers should monitor pupils as young as four for any signs of racism and bullying of ethnic minority pupils.