They could happen at any time of the school day. Disagreements between adults should be handled in a mature way, with all parties involved taking turns listening and talking, possibly without screaming. In KS1 Young children are still developing their language and communication skill they will have to be reminded in taking turns and listening when others are talking.
One off the children had hit the other child in the face, I did witness the altercation so I knew exactly what happened. Always walk in school, help each other tidy up and be polite and friendly to everyone also care for everyone. Depending on the circumstances of the problem not all of the problems have to be solved straight away as we have to be able to devote enough time to solving the issue.
Toddlers years Disagreement is a good sign, because it means that the child is becoming independent. It also gets passed on the head teacher and we speak to them to try and solve the problem we have. Key Stage 3 and 4 Now that the children are older they will be able to communicate effectively with others, we can behave by talking at their level and not talking down to them this may make young people feel intimidated or belittle.
But sometimes young people need our help just as much, or more than children. Firstly, when we want to manage disagreements, the skill of listening to both sides of the conflict and assessing the whole situation is required, before making any decisions.
By the time children get to key stage 2 they are starting to mature in the way they communicate with their peers and their teachers. This would mainly only be beneficial to the older student as the younger students may find it difficult and get distracted easily.
We can teach the baby how to deal with emotions, gently speaking to them, explaining with simple words how they could be patient. The next would be deciding if any of the pupils or all pupils have to give an apology. Some information needs to be shared but only with your head teacher, as it will be a matter of total confidence.
All children learn by copying us in many ways i. It is important to keep your own feelings in check and not to get frustrated or upset because that might be the reaction the young person is trying to get.
Nevertheless, there are times when things can be too hard or overwhelming for children to cope with on their own and they need adult support and advice in order to come to an agreement.
So we need to be considerate and understanding and give them the support they need.relationships with children young people and adults OCR Unit 1 1) Effective communication is important in developing positive relationships with children, young people and adults in all walks of life and at any age whether it be with relatives, friends, neighbours, colleagues, associates or even total strangers.
Describe how to deal with disagreements between the practitioner and children and young people If it is TA versus a child, then the chances are that the child is being confrontational and disobedient.
To establish a respectful relationship with children and young people you must give the children an opportunity to put forward their ideas and give them time to work and think things over - Communication and professional relationships with children, young people and adults introduction.
Whereas with young people you need to have a different strategy in order to deal with disagreements. This age group are strong willed and most will have their own views and ideas.
They are more independent and have their individual personalities hence will. How to deal with disagreements between children and young people Dealing with conflicts with children can be challenging.
Young children get very emotional and are often crying. Especially children in Infants years, the smallest thing can cause a disagreement, usually in the playground over toys. When children are young and first start school they can have many disagreements this is because they all have different personalities and ideas and because they are not mature enough.
They find it hard to know how to handle there feelings and actions/5(1).Download