Staff Bulletin Week Commencing: 16th January 2017 Timetable: Week One
All Week: Remember to use your ‘Poundland Pedagogy’ gifts and fill in the feedback form if not already done so.
First Lunch Sittings: Years 7 & 8 Week 1 Monday 16th January Duty Team: Palin House Detention: TK & JA (JCM- lunch) Tuesday 17th January Duty Team: Hockney House Detention: None (SL- lunch)
Staff Meetings 8.20am SLT PBB 8.40am Staff Briefing
3.45pm Faculty Leaders’ meeting
Student Activities Duty Students: Julia Szubert (P1) & Oliwia Wladyka (P1) Assembly Main Hall: Palin House - Talent (JCM & MS)
School Events & Activities Y8 More Able Day (LR)
Staff CPD & Notified Absence
9.20am - 9.40am Year 7 Camp SL Duty Students: Aaron Bishop (P2) & Amy Bratby (P2) Assembly Main Hall: Hockney House Talent (JCM & MS)
KLE, JC- Meeting (pm) JCM, KWH- Area meeting (p1+2)
3.45pm SLT meeting
Wednesday 18th January Duty Team: SLT Detention: None (AL- lunch)
Duty Students: Dylan Cusworth (P2) & Millie Fothergill (P2) Assembly Main Hall: Year 11 PSHEE&C (HLG)
Y11 Stem Event at York Uni- SMA & JT (all day)
Ami – Meeting (p1)
Thursday 19th January Duty Team: Garrett Detention: JLE & WK (GS- lunch)
8.20am SLT PBB 8.40am Staff Briefing
Friday 20th January Duty Team: Mason Detention: PME (MS- lunch)
Duty Students: Charlotte Doherty (P3) & Gemma Elcock (P3) Assembly Main Hall: Garrett House Talent (JCM & MS)
JA- Speaking Exams (am)
Duty Students: Thomas Gabel (P3) & Aimee Geelan (P3) Assembly Main Hall: Mason House Talent (JCM & MS)
JDY- ITT Meeting HL- Course (all day)
AMI- ITT meeting (pm) JA- Primary Nertwork Meeting (pm)
3.30pm Principalâ€™s Detention
INTERNAL PROMOTION OPPORTUNITY Currently there are no IPOs
PRINCIPALâ€™S NOTICE (S)
Pivotal Tip 9
10 reasons not to send them straight out 1.
If you stray from the agreed hierarchy of sanctions you are showing the children that you are inconsistent; you have broken your agreement with the class.
Going for the highest sanction straight away leaves no further room for manoeuvre.
The child may react defensively - answering back, confronting, protesting publicly.
Colleagues find it difficult to gauge when you need support and when you are simply sending children out through frustration.
You allow the class to see your emotional reactions over your rational choices.
You are encouraging parents and senior staff to question your management of behaviour.
By sending children out you only relieve your frustration temporarily.
Other children sense will see your inconsistency and may protest or react against it.
Children who are often sent out without moving through the sanction steps being excluded becomes an expected outcome.
10. Your behaviour management agreement with the class is trampled on; trust is broken.
THOUGHT FOR THE WEEK (TO BE USED IN FORM TIME) Acceptance “The things that make me different are the things that make me.” Winnie the Pooh
WORD OF THE WEEK
Rebecca Cooper Josh Lewis Samantha Johnson
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Weekly Attendance: 2015/16
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CPD FOLLOW UP
Sarah Smith & Andrew Watson