Tda 3.2, Schools as Organisations
Produce a flow chart outlining the structure of education from early years to post sixteen. Add an explanation of the entitlement of early year’s education and characteristics of different types of school.
Flow Chart outlining structure from early years to post 16 years
Early Years Foundation Stage (eyfs)
In the education system of this country children do not have to attend school until they are 5 years old but at the age of 2 years children can attend pre schools and from the age of 3 years families are entitled to 15 hours of free flexible schooling where they can choose which days suit them best to send their child to a pre school of their choice with …show more content…
They have the ability to set their own pay and conditions and they also have a greater control over their budget using it on areas of improvement. Free schools also set the length of their school day and term time and can deviate from the curriculum if they so wish.
TDA 3.2 (1.1, 1.2, 1.3)
Roles and responsibilities of staff members
Head of School
Their main aim of the head is to lead and manage the school and to ensure the achievement of outstanding educational standards they are to ensure the correct and appropriate spending of the budget and to work together with the governing body. The role is also to promote and safeguard the welfare of the children in his or her care; it is also their responsibility to develop, motivate and lead all staff and to encourage them to stretch themselves to achieve the highest professional standards. The head is also expected to meet with parents if a problem arises with a child or to solve any issues that may occur within their staff.
Teachers are expected to carry out their teaching duties in accordance with the National Curriculum and to plan and structure their lessons within these guidelines. They are to liaise with colleagues and to give direction and support their T.A.s. they are also required to help deal with any problems that may occur with a pupil by meeting with their parents / carers or