Hi, I finished this last November, here is what I put in detail, hope it helps.
Schools as an organisation:
The Department for Education is responsible for education and children’s services. Basically, this means that they are responsible for.
Setting the national curriculum.
Early years foundation stage.
Which the schools and nurseries operate and also looks into new ways to develop the quality of service available to children under the five outcomes of every child matters.
Enjoy and achieve.
Achieve economic well-being.
Make a positive contribution.
Other roles and responsibilities of the Department of Education.
Funding research into Education based projects concerning children and young people.
Developing workforce reform such as the 2020 children’s workforce strategy.
Promoting integrated working for those who work with children and young people.
Develop the role of the third sector, which is non-government organi-sations, such as voluntary, community organisations and charities that work with children and young people.
Responsibility is to provide services to all the schools in the community. The local Education authority is responsible for providing.
Promoting community cohesion.
School management issues.
The development of school policies.
Staff training and development.
Special educational needs.
need to provide documents which sets out their own aims, vision and boundaries.
They will have policies which communicate their own leadership for schools in the community.
The local authority will employ specialist advisers for different aspects of the curriculum. They will also have people with their own area of expertise in place for pupils with challenging behaviour and special educational needs. Majority of these services will be provided free to schools by the LEA, but in some circumstances the school could be expected to pay, this will be when specialist teachers need to come into the school setting.
The LEA will be responsible for informing the schools in the community of changes to the education policy and they will then be given extra training within the area of changes.
It is the responsibility of all the schools to make sure they are up to date with all the current policies which are put in place for children, young people and their families. One of these being The every child matters frameworks which is one of the largest provisions which has been put in place for developing their roles in the community. They should have their own policies in place that will meet the expected national requirements and also follow the LEA guidelines. There will be some schools which could be chosen to trial new ideas to develop the national policies and the curriculum, if this is successful then these will be put in place.
There are an extensive range of organisations that will work with children and young people. All these organisations will delegate with each other as a team and share their knowledge and experiences to achieve the best interest of children and young people, by doing this they will develop links for pupil support for.
will work with schools if certain information comes to light about pupils or if they need to gather information for court reasons.
Is based on the framework Every Child Matters outcomes. These are basically based in different areas of professionals including.
These will work with secondary schools, but will be more involved with the training and provision of young people from the age of 14 and beyond.
National health services.
There are many different services which will work with and within the school setting, these may be employed by the national health services and the primary care trust. This will include.
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