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Develop HLTA role

Discussion in 'Primary' started by helzibob, Feb 12, 2012.

  1. It involves helping children with challenging behaviour, putting initiatives in place for the, filling in incident forms when neccessary and also keeping track of the rewards and sanction system. I used to have children for mentoring sessions and that worked really well, the children needed it but now I am asked to teach more than do my pastoral role.

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