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RECORDING PUPIL BEHAVIOUR 

 

Behaviour of pupils in the classroom and especially in the workshop during practical sessions, is of growing concern to members of W.A.T.T. Consequently this aspect of the website is related to discipline procedures when dealing with pupils. Below is a chart which outlines, stage by stage, possible procedures when dealing with disruptive pupils or pupils who are causing concern. W.A.T.T. suggest that the chart is followed and that detailed written records are kept. Staff must work within guidelines set out by their school.

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FLOW CHART - PROCEDURES
   
 

REMEMBER - AT EVERY STAGE KEEP WRITTEN EVIDENCE !

STAGE ONE Talk to the pupil regarding any concerns
   
STAGE TWO Talk to the pupil and send a memo to his/her form teacher. Inform the head of department.
   
STAGE THREE Complete behaviour record sheet and set appropriate sanction (at this point constructive extra work may be appropriate)
   
STAGE FOUR Complete second behaviour record sheet and directly involve the Head of Department, set detention/extra curricular contact time.
   
STAGE FIVE Head of department informs parents by letter (see sample letters, a series of letters, increasing in concern) or the phone.
   
STAGE SIX Invite parents to a meeting regarding their sons/daughters behaviour/attitude (Inform the Head of Year, he/she may wish to attend the meeting). Have the pupils work ready for viewing. Point out behavioural faults/concerns but also emphasise pupil achievements. It is always encouraging for parents to see the positive side of their son/daughter and they are more likely to be cooperative.
   
STAGE SEVEN If behaviour does not improve involve the SEN Coordinator (remember to complete behaviour record sheet). He/she may construct a individual behavioural plan for the pupil concerned and organise support in class if required.
   
STAGE EIGHT If attitude /behaviour has not improved at this stage, the Head of Year should be leading the procedures. You may wish to carry out a risk assessment on the pupil regarding their safety and behaviour in the classroom/workshop.
   

REMEMBER - AT EVERY STAGE KEEP WRITTEN EVIDENCE !

   
 

 
 

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