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This document details PK Education’s policy with respect to professional conduct, child protection, and disciplinary issues relating to our teachers and support staff.
This document has been designed to support you whilst working for PK Education and to recognise our commitment to following DfE guidelines to be able to offer a high quality service to our supply staff and our schools.
Whilst working for PK Education please ensure you:
For Long-Term assignments you will additionally be required to:
PK Education fully recognises its responsibility in preventing unsuitable people from working with children in accordance with The DfE’s (Department for Education) Keeping Children Safe in Education September 2016 and Working Together to Safeguard Children March 2015.
Whilst the law allows reasonable force to be used in cases of physical intervention, when you are working for PK education we expect you to abide by the procedures for each school. Generally the rule is to avoid physical contact wherever possible; this way your actions can never be called into question. However, there may be situations where this cannot be avoided or where physical contact is necessary.
The Education and Inspections Act 2006 has given new statutory powers to members of staff in schools. This allows them to “use such force as is reasonable” to prevent a pupil from:
Physical contact may be necessary if you need to demonstrate exercises during a PE lesson, or if a young child is upset and needs comforting, or if a pupil is in need of medical attention. In these situations you will need to use your own judgement but you should always ensure you do not touch a pupil in a way that could be seen as inappropriate.
PK Education engages supply staff under contracts for services and not contracts of employment, hence we do not operate a documented formal disciplinary procedure for supply staff.
We do however follow up all assignments for performance feedback and will report back comments to you – good and bad.
If we receive negative feedback we will seek to implement support mechanisms to improve performance with the relevant individual.
When we receive more than two separate complaints about the same element of an individual’s performance or behaviour, then all circumstances surrounding the placement will be reviewed. If the individual is not willing or not able to address the issues raised, then in some circumstances under the terms of registration we would be unable to offer any further work.
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