Discribe the Role of the National Policies Relating to Children and Young People

Norfolk Adult Education
City & guilds 5329 – Supporting Teaching and Learning

Unit 205 schools as organisations                                                                                                                                                                                                             Learning Outcome 2. Know how schools are organised in terms of roles and responsibilities worksheet 2
External professionals | Roles, Responsibilities, and impact on the work of schools | Assessment criteria |
School nurse | Provide a variety of services such as providing health and sex education within schools, carrying out developmental screening, undertaking health interviews and administering immunisation programmes. School nurses can be employed either by the local health authority, primary care trust, community trust or sometimes by the school directly. | 2.2                               6.3 |
School dentist | Will go into local schools and talk to children about the importance of cleaning their teeth and how to clean them. | 2.2                               6.3 |
connexions | Help 14yr-19yr olds to find further qualifications and will talk to them about job decisions and what they need to do to get them. They also help with collage forms. | 2.2                               6.3 |
Youth service | Help with out of school hours activities e.g. breakfast clubs, arts and craft, youth clubs and football teams.   These will all happen before and after school, school holidays and sometimes weekends. Some will also pick your child up and take them to the club | 2.2                               6.3 |
Working with local police | The police will come in to local schools and talk to pupils about the dangers of the outside world. e.g.   Talking to strangers, internet security and road safety. | 2.2                               6.3 |
Youth offending team | Youth Offending Teams engage in a wide variety of work with young...