Nalyse your schools behaviour management policy and evaluate how it meets the needs for safeguarding children in relation to your schools context.

essayplease see the title.(Analyse your schools behaviour management policy and evaluate how it meets the needs for safeguarding children in relation to your schools policy.)
It should be written as third person,ariel 12 font double space.
the marking criteria for assessment on essay will be
1-ability to articulate a sound philosophy for the importance of the policy in school.
2-ability to reflect on the theory into pratice relating to own stting(primary school) for example what do you do in school looking at behaviour and how does it relate to theory. provide examples back it up with evidence and show the ability to make a point.
3-awareness of current mandatory requirements and recent national, local initiatives. (ie safeguarding in school, what does government say and how do you relate that in school according o behaviour. for example in schools to safeguard children a fire drill practise is done every term and the children are aware on how you should line up and walk in partners sensibly. it is important for children to be aware of expectations in behaviour as in school one of the rules is: we walk inside the corridoors and buildings.
4-ability to analyse existing policy and make meaningful and appropriate recommendations.
5uses appropriate texts and scholarly literature.
6 uses Harvard reference and provide reference list at the end.
7-organise material in relation to the set title,
8show an ability to write accurate and fluent English.

Referencing Requirements:
books, journals and government publications.
Please see some books, improving behaviour and raising self esteem in the classroom (2001) barrow, g
Mahony, T. (2007) making your words work: using NLP to improve communications, learning and behaviour,
Higgins, s(2003) thinking through Primary Cambridge,
McNary, s. 2005 what successful teachers do in inclusive classrooms
website: alexander,r.(2009) The Cambridge Primary Review
government publications
DCSF 2003, excellence and enjoyment-a strategy for primary schools, london