The Pocket Guide to Every Child Matters: An At-a-Glance by Rita Cheminais

By Rita Cheminais

The objective of this pocket advisor is to supply an at-a-glance assessment and perception into each baby concerns for busy trainee, newly certified and skilled lecturers, operating with students in various academic settings, who need a fast aspect of reference as a way to be aware of how:

  • the thought, goals and ideas of each baby issues affects their practice
  • to improve a shared imaginative and prescient and ethos for each baby Matters
  • Every baby issues coverage informs practice
  • to strengthen potent teamwork and collaborative partnership working
  • to embed each baby issues results in personalized learning
  • to display screen and overview the influence of each baby concerns at lecture room level.

Pocket advisor to each baby Matters is a useful, inexpensive, common source for all busy Children’s staff practitioners, operating without delay with students in study rooms, deals useful counsel and advice, potent concepts, types of excellent perform and signposting to extra assets of knowledge. It beneficial properties step by step suggestion, necessary checklists and templates that are customised to fit the context of a number of fundamental and secondary section academic settings.

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The curriculum should enable all children and young people to become: • successful learners who enjoy learning, make progress and achieve; • confident individuals who are able to lead safe, healthy and fulfilling lives; • responsible citizens who make a positive contribution to society. 1 (pp. 29–42) provides an overview of how each of the five ECM outcomes can be achieved in curriculum subjects. org. uk/curriculum). 2, pp. 43–4). The principles of assessment for pupils’ ECM well-being outcomes are similar to that of assessment for learning.

Ensure that the TA has the opportunity to contribute to the Common Assessment Framework (CAF) process, where appropriate, and that they are well-briefed before attending any pupilreview meetings. Questions for reflection • How are the ECM well-being outcomes linking to teaching and learning in your classroom? • How do you ensure that you have good evidence of what you are doing for each of the five ECM outcomes? • Which aspects of Every Child Matters are you finding it more difficult to cover in your classroom practice?

1 (Continued) • Developing the confidence to ask questions and express opinions • Assessing the validity of opinions and information • Exploring situations, dilemmas and relationships through texts, role play and drama. • Experiencing the richness and breadth of literature • Expressing ideas and opinions • Creating new worlds in poetry and narrative • Developing confidence through drama. • Working collaboratively as part of a group discussion or drama activities • Providing constructive responses to others’ work • Speaking, listening and writing for purposes beyond the classroom • Contributing to school life through drama.

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