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Using Supervision in Schools

A guide to building safe cultures and providing emotional support in a range of school settings.

Price: £25.00
Using Supervision in Schools is a guide to building safe cultures and providing emotional support in a range of school settings.
Author(s): Penny Sturt and Jo Rowe

Teachers and staff are increasingly recognising that they do not have a structured framework for emotional support, that other, similar professionals do. Alongside this, increasing demands are being placed on schools to provide emotional support for children and their families. As a universal science, education is expected to meet the needs of all children, some of whom may have complex needs. Supervision is a method of supporting staff to provide for those needs and to build safe cultures for both staff and students. 

This new and invaluable guide set out an effective model of supervision which can be used in a variety of school settings from Reception to Year 13. It will help a range of schools to support staff with their safeguarding role, and with the emotional demands of their work. Also, it will help relevant schools to comply with the statutory requirements of supervision in The Early Years Framework.

The illustrated book will be an invaluable guide to all schools, governing bodies, those trained in supervision, local authorities, national educational advisers and school academy trusts.

The illustrated book will be an invaluable guide to all schools, governing bodies, those trained in supervision, local authorities, national educational advisers and school academy trusts.
ISBN: 9781911028918
Publication: 29 June 2018
Content:

Contents includes:

Why supervision is of value to schools

How supervision fits with safeguarding

Building safe cultures in schools using supervision

The value of supervision in schools

What does effective supervision look like?

Introduction to the integrated model of supervision - a 16-piece jigsaw

Supervision cycle - linking to safeguarding

Supervision in practice - examples from schools

Establishing a culture - policy, agreements, recording and review

Overcoming the challenges of implementation