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Children need to have set boundaries of behaviour.

Club has a list of rules on display, which have been made by the children in the setting and are regularly reviewed.

There are also ‘remaining’ signs in the rooms as well as stickers system.

Staff are working through an award behaviour display. For categories: best behaviour, best helper, best in activities. What are other ideas for categories?

What other methods are you using to manage children behaviour?

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Lots of positive reinforcement, attention for 'good deeds' and wanted behaviour, helpfulness, kindness atc.

 

Lots of comments to parents at pick up time "What a star she's been today, such a fantastic help - do you know, she's done ...." always in front of the child.

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Lots of positive reinforcement, attention for 'good deeds' and wanted behaviour, helpfulness, kindness atc.

That's more attitude, approche to people in general.

 

I was more thinking what tools are you using? How show staff how to get children respect? e.g. they answer back a lot

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That's more attitude, approche to people in general.

 

I was more thinking what tools are you using? How show staff how to get children respect? e.g. they answer back a lot

 

Don't let them get away with it. you can have a freerer relationship once they know where you stand. so for rudeness, we give time out, stop them from going on computers, even speak to parents. We have the problem here in that some staff let children get away with more and they have no respect for them.

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