The Context of Behaviour Issues

Describe and discuss the aspects of National legislation which have relevance to behaviour in the learning environment
There are many factors that can affect behaviour in the learning environment; national legislation is put in place to help tutors recognise what is the law and how to reduce this disruptive behaviour in order for learners to reach their full potential.
Organisations have a duty of care. Teachers and lecturers have a professional responsibility to ensure that students feel secure when learning - both physical and psychological safety
Some of the following is legislation in which I will discuss how this has an effect on the learning environment in my subject specialism area Uniformed Public Services.
The Children’s’ Act 2004 put into law the multi-disciplinary recommendations   of the 2003 Green Paper “Every Child   Matters” – a report produced   by Lord Laming.
The Children’s Act 2004 was designed with guiding principles in mind for the care and support of children.
These are:
  1. Being healthy
  2. Staying safe
  3. Enjoying and achieving
  4. Achieving economic well-being
  5. Making a positive contribution

To limit bad behaviour the following steps should be taken into consideration. By being healthy helps maintains the learner’s healthy way of life in preparation for Public Service and stimulates my learners so they are active and not bored which therefore will not misbehave in the learning environment.
Staying safe, risk assessments created for all enrichment. Health and safety procedures are also briefed. If learners feel sae in the learning environment they will engage and stay focused which in turn will cause less behavioural issues.
If learners are enjoying and achieving and successful learning and achieving takes place learners have no need to disrupt lessons and misbehave
Achieving economic well-being- Students who obtain their chosen qualification stand improved chances of gaining employment within their chosen...