Readiness for learning will improve if behaviour polices are consistently applied at lunchtime.
My final blog in this four part series on how to make UIFSM value for money, is about how Midday Supervisors engage with the children and how they manage behaviour at lunchtime. What they say and how they say it is a key factor in whether or not children will eat their dinner. If it’s not done right all the solutions I proposed in my earlier blogs on getting the dining room right,engaging with parents and the relationship with caterers just won’t work properly.
Behaviour at lunchtime
|The problem||The solution|
|The ethos and values of a school are easy to evidence in the classroom but even if their Ofsted rating for behaviour is outstanding it often all goes a bit pear-shaped at lunchtime. There are two key problems here which need to be addressed.
||Here are my evidence based solutions to these two problems.