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TOGETHER "WE CAN CLIC" Joint Responsibilities

 

CHILDREN

Parents' Responsibilities

 

THE RIGHT TO BE A CONFIDENT COMMUNICATOR

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We try to be responsible by doing these things:

Good looking

Good listening

Asking questions

Sharing ideas

Using kind words

Joining in with Circle Time

Being a good Learning Partner

Ask your child's opinion, listen to them and respect what he/she says.

Have conversations with your child so they can learn to speak and listen.

Ask your child's opinion, listen to them and respect what they say

Answer your child's questions and explain things important to them.

Help your child how to find out information through books, computer and other media.

Celebrate your child's successes, praising them and help them to succeed.

Set a good example by speaking politely to everyone.

Ask your child what good questions they asked at school today.

 

THE RIGHT TO LEARN

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We try to be responsible by doing these things:

Trying hard with our learning

Join in with our Learning Adventures

Being like our learning characters

Making good choices

Getting things we need

Asking for help if we need it

Growing our brains and having a Growth Mindset!

Create space and time for learning at home.

Find out what your child is learning at school and make links between everyday tasks.

Ask your child/ren ‘how did you learn today’.

Encourage and support your child with their home learning and talk to your child’s teacher.

Read with / to your child very regularly (aim for once a day.)

Talk about yourself as a learner with your child and share how you learn.

Use the language of our learning characters with your children.

Only let them see or read and play age appropriate content.

Praise your child for all their achievements.

 

THE RIGHT TO IMPROVE YOUR HEALTH

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We try to be responsible by doing these things:

Using kind voices

Washing our hands

Joining in with P.E.

Playing appropriate games at play and lunchtimes

Eating our fruit drinking our water/milk at school

Provide your child with a balanced diet and teach them about making healthy choices

Provide your child with a water bottle at school and encourage them to drink plenty of water

Encourage your child to join in and play different games and sporting activities.

Encourage outdoor play.

Ensure your child goes to bed on time and gets enough sleep.

Listen to how your child feels and their worries so you can help them understand these feelings.

Love your child, no matter what!

 

THE RIGHT TO BE PART OF A COMMUNITY

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We try to be responsible by doing these things:

Tidying up

Using kind hands and feet

Remembering our manners

Talking politely

Meeting people in our community e.g. The Vicar, The Policeman

 

Encourage your child to be brave and make new friends or meet new people.

Take your child to places within your community to widen their knowledge of what there is to do and what is happening where we live.

Keep your child safe when they are out in the community.

Teach your child about looking after our village and our planet.

Explain to your child why we raise money for charity.

Encourage your child to treat everyone equally.

 

 

School's Responsibilities

CLIC PARTNER RESPONSIBILITIES

 

THE RIGHT TO BE A CONFIDENT COMMUNICATOR

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Provide opportunities for speaking and sharing ideas.

Value the opinions of all children and adults

Have regular assemblies and school council meetings.

Provide a variety of ways to communicate ideas, including ICT.

Have regular Circle Time for whole class discussion.

Ensure children take part in group problem solving activities

Set a high expectation for listening to others.

Create opportunities for young people to have a say about changes to their local community

Provide information about what councils do and planned changes within the community.

Invite young people to council offices and meetings.

Speak politely to young people.

Listen to young people.

Try to understand and use the different ways young people communicate.

Reward children that speak clearly and politely when in the community.

 

THE RIGHT TO LEARN

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Ensure all children progress in their learning.

Create a safe, secure and stimulating environment with high quality resources.

Use assessment to support learning and fun learning activities.

Have very high expectations of learners.

Use a range of questions and appropriate context in lessons

Ensure appropriate pace of lessons to engage pupils.

Focus on different ways that children learn and child initiated learning.

Consider helping to develop a youth council and help children learn about how councils work.

Help support library facilities to supplement young people’s learning.

Help support and provide online resources to support people’s learning.

Support the schools to deliver the best education for all young people.

Share your life experiences, skills and talents with the young people and volunteer to help in school.

Provide public open play areas in the community, which are kept in clean and tidy condition.

Work with the young people to develop their understanding of learning together.

 

THE RIGHT TO IMPROVE YOUR HEALTH

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Encourage children to drink water and eat fruit and develop future ideas for healthy living

Ensure there is lots of sport at school—PE / Games, football club, during privilege, hip hop, tap, huff and puff, play sculptures.

Support sport outings—Hamble Sportathon, Sports Day.

Encourage physical / outdoor learning.

Ensure opportunities for children to express and discuss feelings.

Provide ELSA sessions, play therapy and physiotherapy, when necessary.

Provide appropriate play areas, open spaces and sport facilities in the community.

Help support families so that basic needs such as food, warmth and accommodation are met.

Support specific services for those children with a disability.

Support and challenge proposals with respect to improving young people’s physical health and emotional health.

Ensure places young people play and exercise are safe, well- designed and maintained.

Support and assist the CLIC partnership in the Safer Places Scheme.

Support and maximise access to health and wellbeing provision for young people

 

THE RIGHT TO BE PART OF A COMMUNITY

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Offer clubs and learning opportunities for children to work together.

Organise visits from members of the community and trips out into the community.

Support Friends of NAIS events.

Invite parents into school and celebrate home learning.

Support and organise Charity days (i.e. Red nose, children in need day.)

Collect CLIC tokens as a community and celebrate children's achievements outside of school.

Provide opportunities for children to discuss community matters (local, national and international) in Circle Time and School Council

Meetings and assemblies, including ‘World News assemblies’.

Support the Police, Police Community Support Officers (PCSOs), other crime reduction representatives and report incidents of good / responsible behaviour to the schools /Police – reward with CLIC tokens if a CLIC Partner.

Create opportunities for young people to have a say about changes to their local community.

Develop inter-generational opportunities and community events.

Help support and provide work opportunities.

Work with the young people, and other members of the community in developing a safe and tidy neighbourhood.

Encourage and support community and voluntary groups to provide activities and services for the young people.

 


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