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Learning Environment design Policy

Policies are important because they help a school establish rules and procedures and create standards of quality for learning and safety, as well as expectations and accountability. Without these, schools would lack the structure and function necessary to provide the educational needs of students.But when policies are created 
Learning environment are not mentioned?

Pls why?Creating a policy within a school can be seen by many as a bureaucratic and overbearing task. To be honest it is but the real question is, is it worth it?

In reality, as everyone cannot be everywhere all the time to ensure that people carry out their tasks correctly and responsibly; policies provide useful and necessary assistance to ensure this.Safeguarding and Welfare of Children School Policies
Acceptable Internet Use and Agreement Policy
Administering Medicines Policy
Advocates and Independent Visitors Policy
Anti-Bullying Policy
Anti-Cyber Bullying Policy
Child Sexual Exploitation Policy
Child Gone Missing On or Off Site Policy
Child Missing Education Policy
Confidentiality Policy
Dealing with Extremism and Radicalisation Policy (Prevent Duty)
Dealing with Sexual Harassment and Sexual Violence
Designated Teacher for Looked After and previously Looked After Children Policy
Disclosure and Barring Service Checks Policy
Domestic Abuse and Operation Encompass Policy
Drones Over-Flying the School Policy
Eating Disorders Policy
Educational Visits Policy
Educational Visits and Terrorist Incidents Policy
E-Safety Policy
Emergency School Lockdown Policy
FGM Policy
Intimate Care Policy
Intruders Policy
Knife Crime Policy
Looked After Children Policy
Mobile Phone Safety and Acceptable Use Policy
Online Code of Conduct for Students Policy
Online Code of Conduct for Teachers Policy
Online Safeguarding for an Online School Policy
Parent and Community Use of Social Media Policy
Photographic and Video Images Policy
Positive Handling (Restraint of Pupils) Policy
Private Fostering Policy
Pupil Behaviour and Discipline Policy
Safeguarding and Child Protection Part 1 of 4 Policy
Safeguarding and Child Protection Part 2 of 4 Roles and Responsibilities Policy
Safeguarding Child Protection Policy Part 3 of 4 Recognising the signs of Abuse and Neglect Policy
Safeguarding Child Protection Policy Part 4 of 4 Safeguarding Procedures Policy
Safe Physical Contact with Pupils Policy
Safer Recruitment, Retention and the Single Central Record Policy
School Personnel Code of Conduct Policy
School Security Policy
School Trips Policy
Searching, Screening and Confiscation Policy
Self-Harm Policy
Sick Child Policy
Special Educational Needs and Disabilities Policy
Students on Placement Policy
Supervision of Pupils Policy
Supporting Children with Health Needs who cannot attend School Policy
Supporting Pupils with Long-Term Medical Conditions Policy
Troubled and Vulnerable Children Policy
Uncollected Child Policy
Visitors, Visiting Speakers and Contractors Policy
Whistle Blowing Policy

Statutory School Policies
Admission and Attendance Registers Policy
Admissions Policy
Anti-Bullying Policy
Attendance and Truancy Policy
Biometric Data Protection Policy
Charges, Voluntary Contributions, Remissions and Refunds Policy
Collective Worship Policy
Community Cohesion Policy
Complaints Policy – see Department of Education Complaints model policy
Conditions of Service Policy
Data Protection and the General Data Protection Regulation Policy
Data Protection Procedures Policy
Dealing with Allegations against the Headteacher, Teaching and Support Staff, Supply Teachers, School Volunteers and Contractors Policy
Disability Equality Scheme and Disability Accessibility Plan for Pupils Policy
Disciplinary Procedure Policy
Disclosure and Barring Service Checks Policy
Equality and Diversity Policy
Fire Safety Policy
Freedom of Information Policy
Governors’ Allowances Policy
Grievance Procedure Policy
Home-School Agreement Policy
Instrument of Government Policy
Liaison and Transition Policy
Minutes of Governing Body Meetings Policy
No Smoking Policy
Performance Management Policy
Positive Handling (Restraint of Pupils) Policy
Pupil Behaviour and Discipline Policy
Pupil Exclusion Policy
Register of Business Interests of Headteacher and Governors Policy
Relations Education, Sex Education and Health Education Policy
Risk Management and Risk Assessment Policy
Safeguarding and Child Protection Policy
School Council Policy
School Prospectus Policy
School Staff Pay Appeals Policy
School Website Policy
Special Educational Needs and Disabilities Policy
Staff Capability Policy
Supporting Pupils with Long-Term Medical Conditions
Teachers’ and Support Pay Policy

School Health and Safety Policies
Accidents and Emergencies Policy
Administering Medicines Policy
Alcohol and Drugs Misuse Policy
Allergies Policy
Anti-Violence Policy
Asbestos Policy
Asthma Policy
Automated External Defibrillator (AED) Policy
CCTV Policy
Communicable Diseases Policy
COSHH Policy
Diabetes Policy
Display Screen Equipment Policy
Disposal of Nappies and Personal Protective Equipment Policy
Educational Visits Policy
Educational Visits and Terrorist Incidents Policy
Electrical Safety Policy
Emergency School Lockdown Policy
Epilepsy Policy
Fire Safety Policy
Health and Safety Part 1 of 3 Policy
Health and Safety Part 2 of 3 – The Curriculum Policy
Health and Safety Part 3 of 3 – Safe Procedures Policy
Legionnaires’ Disease Policy
Lone Workers Policy
Management of Health and Safety Regulations Policy
Manual Handling Policy
Medical and First Aid Policy
New and Expectant Mothers at Work Policy
Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) Policy
Portable Appliance Testing Policy
Premises Manager Policy
Reporting of Injuries, Diseases and Dangerous Occurrences Policy
Risk Assessment Policy
Road Safety Policy
Risk Management and Risk Assessment Policy
School Crisis Management Policy
School Crisis Management – Arson Attack Policy
School Crisis Management – Asbestos Disturbance Policy
School Crisis Management – Bomb Threat Policy
School Crisis Management – Chemical or Biological Contamination Policy
School Crisis Management – Child Gone Missing Policy
School Crisis Management – Communicable or Infectious Diseases Policy
School Crisis Management – Dangerous Weapons in School Policy
School Crisis Management – Evacuation of the School Building Policy
School Crisis Management – Flooding Policy
School Crisis Management – Gas Leak Policy
School Crisis Management – Outbreak of Fire Policy
School Crisis Management – Physical Assault on Pupils or School Person Policy
School Crisis Management – Re-Occupation of the School Building Policy
School Crisis Management – Road Accident Policy
School Crisis Management – School Security Policy
School Crisis Management – Severe Storm Policy
School Crisis Management – Severe Weather Warning Policy
School Disaster Recovery Policy
School Minibus Policy
School Toilets Policy
School Transport Policy
School Trips Policy
Sharps, Blades, Needles and Syringes Policy
Slip, Trip and Fall Accidents Policy
Smoke Free School Environment Policy
Voice Care Policy
Working at Height Policy
Workplace Environment Policy

School Improvement School Policies
Assessment Policy
Curriculum Policy
Dedicated Headship Time Policy
Emotional Health and Wellbeing of Children and Young People Policy
Involving Pupils in School Policies Policy
Involving School Personnel in Decision Making Policy
Leadership and Management Policy
Leadership and Management Structure Policy
Leadership Development and Succession Planning Policy
Monitoring and Evaluation Policy
New Standards for Headteachers Policy
Outside Agencies Policy
Planning, Preparation and Assessment Time Policy
Policies and Procedures Policy
Professional Learning Communities Policy
Pupil Premium Policy
Quality Assurance Policy
Reducing the Impact of Poverty and Disadvantage on Pupil Attainment Policy
School Effectiveness Policy
School Improvement Plan Policy
Self-Evaluation and School Improvement Policy
Senior Leadership Team Policy
Standards of Excellence for Headteachers Policy
Target Setting Policy
Teaching and Learning Policy
Using Data Policy
Vision into Action Policy

Special Educational Needs and Disabilities School Policies
Administering Medicines School Policy
Alternative Provision Policy
Anti-Bullying Policy
Disabled Access Policy
Dyslexia Friendly School Policy
Early Help Policy
Inclusion Policy
Looked After Children Policy
Manual Handling Policy
Mental Health Policy
Pupil Behaviour and Discipline Policy
Pupil Premium Policy
Special Educational Needs and Disabilities Policy
Supporting Pupils with Long-Term Medical Conditions Policy

School Community School Policies
Charitable Fundraising Policy
Community and Local Industry Links Policy
Distribution of Leaflets and the Display of Posters Policy
Employer Engagement Policy for BTEC Courses Policy
Marketing the School Policy
Police and the School Liaison Programme Policy

General Curriculum School Policies
Academically More Able, Gifted and Talented Children Policy
Access to Fair Assessment Policy
Animal Friendly School Policy
Arts Policy
Blended Learning Policy
Character Education Policy
Classroom Observations Policy
Co-curriculum Policy
Curriculum Intent, Implementation and Impact Policy
Curriculum Planning Policy
Differentiation Policy
Developing the Use of ICT Policy
English as an Additional Language Policy
Examinations Contingency Plan Policy
Extra Curricular Activities Policy
Financial Education Policy
Gardening Activities Policy
Homework Policy
Home Learning Policy
Internationalism Policy
Key Skills Policy
Management of GCE and GCSE Non-Examinations Assessments
Marking and Feedback Policy
Marking – Foundation Phase Policy
Marking – Key Stage 2 Policy
Multiplication Tables Policy
Online Lesson Policy
Outdoor Education Policy
Promoting British Values Policy
Public Examinations Policy
Ramadan Policy
Reading Policy
Reading for Pleasure Policy
Recognition of Prior Learning Policy
Relations Education, Sex Education and Health Education Policy
Remote Learning Policy
Road Safety Policy
Spiritual, Moral, Social and Cultural Development Policy
Standard Assessment Tests (SATs) Policy
Swimming Policy
Teaching Hours Policy
The Teaching of Politics Policy

School Curriculum (England) School Policies
Art (England) Policy
Citizenship (England) Policy
Computing (England) Policy
Design and Technology (England) Policy
English (England) Policy
Geography (England) Policy
History (England) Policy
Languages (England) Policy
Mathematics (England) Policy
Model Music Curriculum Policy
Music (England) Policy
Physical Education (England) Policy
Science (England) Policy

Early Years School Policies
Accidents and Emergencies Policy
Admissions Policy
Complaints Policy – see Department of Education Complaints model policy
Confidentiality Policy
Confidentiality – Parent Involvement Policy
Disability Equality Scheme and Disability Accessibility Plan for Pupils Policy
Display Policy
Disposal of Nappies and Personal Protective Equipment Policy
Early Years Foundation Stage Policy
English as an Additional Language Policy
Equality Policy
E-Safety Policy
Fire Safety Policy
Foundation Phase Policy
Health and Safety at Work Policy
Intimate Care Policy
Key Person Policy
Outdoor Learning and Forest Schools – Procedures Policy
Outdoor Learning and Forest Schools – Responsibilities Policy
Photographic and Video Images Policy
Pupil Behaviour and Discipline Policy
Settling Children into Nursery Policy
School Crisis Management Policy
School Readiness Policy

Environmental School Policies
Adverse Weather Conditions Policy
Anti-Litter Policy
Eco-School Policy
Education for Sustainable Development and Global Citizenship Policy
Energy Management Policy
Recycling and Waste Minimisation Policy
School Travel Plan Policy
Sustainable Development Policy

School Finance School Policies
Anti-Bribery Policy
Anti-Fraud and Corruption Policy
Budgeting and Financial Planning Policy
Charges, Voluntary Contributions, Remissions and Refunds Policy
Debt Recovery Policy
Handling School Cash Policy
Procurement Policy
School Finance Policy
School Fund Policy

General School Policies
Anti-Slavery and Human Trafficking Policy
Bereavement Policy
Bilingual Communication Policy
Celebrating Success Policy
Communicating with School Stakeholders Policy
Copyright Policy
Cyber Security Policy
Dealing with Sensitive Incidents Policy
Dealing with Subject Access Requests Policy
Dealing with the Media Policy
Digital Competence Framework Policy
Equality Impact Assessment Policy
Establishing a School Food Bank Policy
Ethos Policy
Extended School Policy
Meetings Policy
Management of School Records Policy
Ramadan Policy
School Data Retention and School Data Management Policy
School Documentation Policy
School Rules Policy
Sharing Good Practice Policy
Volunteer Helpers Policy
Vital School Records Policy

School Governors School Policies
Governors in School Policy
Governors Written Statement of Behaviour Principles Policy
Induction of New Governors Policy
Minutes of Governing Body Meetings Policy
School Governors and School Governance Policy

Parents School Policies
Complaints Policy
Confidentiality – Parent Involvement Policy
Home-School Agreement Policy
Parent and Community Use of Social Media Policy
Parent/Carer Code of Conduct Policy
Parent Involvement (Engagement) Policy
Parental Responsibility and Change of Name Policy
Parent Teacher Association Policy
Parent-Teacher Consultations Policy
Same-Sex Families Policy

School Premises School Policies
Asset Management System Policy
Buildings Maintenance Policy
Cleaning Policy
Disabled Access Policy
Display Policy
Facilities Management Policy
Grounds Maintenance Policy
Lettings PolicyProcurement Policy
Personal Property and School Property Policy
Premises Key Holders Policy
School Minibus Policy
School Premises Policy
Signs in Schools Policy
Traffic Management Policy

School Pupils School Policies
Academically More Able, Gifted and Talented Children Policy
Attendance and Truancy Policy
Calming Room Policy
Careers Policy
Child Employment and Children in Entertainment Policy
Early Help Policy
Eating Disorders Policy
Free School Meals
Head Lice Policy
Home Tuition Policy
Integrating Pupils into a New School Policy
Integration of Pupils into a Unit Policy
Involving Pupils in School Policies
Mental Health Policy
Outside Agencies Policy
Pastoral Care Policy
Praise Reward and Celebration of Achievements Policy
Private Fostering Policy
Private Tuition Policy
Pupil Absence on Medical Grounds Policy
Pupil Participation Policy
Pupil Premium Policy
Safe Physical Contact with Pupils Policy
Same-Sex Families Policy
School Based Counselling Policy
School Refusal Policy
School Uniform Policy
Student Leadership Policy
Supporting Pupils with Long-Term Medical Conditions Policy
Supporting the Health and Wellbeing of Pupils Policy
Transgender Friendly School Policy
Travel Code Policy
Walking to and from School Policy
Wraparound Care Policy
Young Carers Policy

Health and Wellbeing School Policies
Alcohol and Drugs Misuse Policy
Breakfast Club Policy
Drugs Policy
Food and Fitness Policy
Hygiene Policy
Mental Health Policy
No Smoking Policy
Nutritional Standards Policy
PE Safety Policy
Physical Education (England) Policy
Physical Education (Wales) Policy
School Sporting Events Policy
School Sports Facilities Policy
Social and Emotional Aspects of Learning (SEAL) Policy
Stress Management Policy
Sun Protection Policy
Swimming Safety Policy
Work-Life Balance Policy

School Staff School Policies
Acceptable Use for School Laptops Policy
Anti-Bullying and Anti-Harassment at the Workplace Policy
Career Break Policy
Charging Staff Policy
Conflict of Interest Policy
Continuing Professional Development Policy
Dealing with Allegations against School Personnel, School Volunteers, the Headteacher or another Pupil Policy
Disciplinary Procedure Policy
Dress Code Policy
Flexible Working Policy
Grievance Procedure Policy
Health and Well-being of School Personnel Policy
Induction of New Staff Policy
Job Share Policy
Leadership Development and Succession Planning Policy
Lone Workers Policy
Lunchtime Supervisors Policy
Managing Apprentices in Schools
Managing the Impact of the Menopause at Work Policy
MAT Chief Executive Officer and Leaders Pay Policy
Maternity Pay and Leave for Teachers Policy
Newly Qualified Teachers Policy
Performance Management Policy
Personal Property and School Property Policy
Personal Relationships at Work Policy
Planning, Preparation and Assessment Time Policy
Play Policy
Premises Manager Policy
Private Tuition Policy
Reducing Excessive Teacher Workload Policy
Redundancy Policy
School Personnel Code of Conduct Policy
School Staff Pay Appeals Policy
Shared Parental Leave and Pay Policy
Social Media Policy
Staff Absence and Leave Policy
Staff Capability Policy
Supply Teachers Policy
Supporting LGB+ and School Personnel Policy
Support Staff Policy
Teachers’ and Support Staff Pay Policy
Teaching Staff Policy
Threshold Assessment Policy
Time Management Policy
Transgender Friendly School Policy
Voice Care Policy
Whistle Blowing Policy
Working at Height Policy
Working at Home Policy
Work-Life Balance PolicyBelow are some policies we have in schoolsWhy is LEARNING ENVIRONMENT DESIGN POLICY IMPORTANT

Aesthetically pleasing surroundings influence both learning and social behaviour. Why is LEARNING ENVIRONMENT DESIGN POLICY IMPORTANT 

Aesthetically pleasing surroundings influence both learning and social behaviour. 

Displays are focal points for learning in school, They show to a wider audience what the children have achieved while reaffirming the value of their work. 

Don’t miss SEPTEMBER 7TH WORKSHOPGuidelines and rules help to increase the efficiency of work processes and a policy does just that.Displays are focal points for learning in school, They show to a wider audience what the children have achieved while reaffirming the value of their work. What should be the Aims of designs in your Schools 

1️⃣ To value and enhance children’s work
2️⃣ Reflect the vision and aims of the school towards excellence
3️⃣ To celebrate achievement
4️⃣ To increase children’s self esteem and pride in their work
5️⃣ To motivate children by setting high standards to which they can aspire
6️⃣ To create a stimulating teaching and learning environment
7️⃣ To encourage aesthetic awareness and a positive attitude to our school 
environment
8️⃣ To arouse curiosity, pose questions and stimulate enquiry
9️⃣ To reflect and value different levels of achievement and cultural backgrounds
1️⃣0️⃣ To inform and inspire parents, carers, teachers and visitors to the school.Displays help children and teachers to see things in different ways and to make connections between ideas.’

 The learning environment in your  school’s should  be commitment to high standards this standards can’t be achieved with rules.

Do you agreed with me?Individual teachers should be responsible for the learning environment within their own classroom and designated areas. 

The learning environments of successful classrooms are calm, welcoming, stimulating environments where high value is placed on learning.Let’s talk about the working walls
The classroom learning environment for English, Mathematics, Science and Topic are based on the ‘working wall approach’ where teachers’ modeling and prompts are displayed as part of ongoing learning in each classroomThe visual environment is very important and should display work which is representative of all children and all ability levels.

Displays should reflect the taught curriculum and be changed regularly to sustain interest and discussion.Children’s work should be used to affirm features of work that are desired. 

 Vocabulary relevant to the focus of the learning should be display at the front of the classroom 

 Work on the working wall reflects the National Curriculum or integrated curriculum.Let’s talk about Whole School Areas
A display should always have one or more of these specific purposes in mind:To stimulate interest in a theme
 To introduce, summarise or reinforce knowledge and skills
 To celebrate children’s work

Displays should include:

 Information (pictures, reference materials, word banks, etc to encourage 
interaction and enquiry)
 Process (stimulus material, evidence of the work’s evolution)
 Outcomes (final results).
Clear labels and headings to indicate the titleMaths Working Wall/ Display

 Relevant Number Lines: (Decimals, Percentage and Fraction Equivalence)
 Methods of Calculation (please refer to calculation policy)
 Multiplication Grid
 Key VocabularyEnglish Working Wall/ Display

 Key Vocabulary (words suited to the year group eg: conjunctions, adjectives etc)
 Examples of Complex Sentence Starters
 Challenging vocabulary with definitions displayed or synonym tree/ word wall etc 
 Features and examples of the text type being studied. 
 Writing Frames/ Skeletons where appropriateLet’s talk about displays ans subjects mattersTopic/Area of Study

 Eye-catching title (LARGE)
 Photographs/ Learning In Action
 Key Questions
 Key Vocabulary with definitions
 Children’s work showing differentiation
 3D Display where possible.10, be current – all work on display is up to date and represents learners currently in the class (or on the school roll); 
11 be used actively and purposefully; 
12 ensure that all learners are represented; 
13 be 3D where possible (and include use of relevant text books and artefacts);
14 ensure every child is represented – genuine effort, appropriate to the teacher’s 
expectations of the child, may be sympathetically displayed; 
15 have a variety of techniques and media employed in artistic displays; 
16 not have too many worksheets or poor photocopies which are not suitable as representative of children’s work.Overall Expectations and Standards

 1. Have a large, eye-catching title (Letters/banner mounted/backed)

  1.  Be freshly presented and of a high quality
    3.  Double mount examples of children’s work (Differentiated)
    4. Colours used should be in theme with display and mounting
  2. have a clear content and purpose; 
    6, engage the audience; ensure reflection of a broad and balanced curriculum and always include work 
    7, related to literacy and numeracy;
    8, maintain balance between celebration and information; 
  3. use various styles, strategies and subjects; 17 Children’s drawings, writing and other representational work to be original to achieve our aims;
    18 have learners own drafted independent writing on display. It is acceptable to have some mistakes in pieces of extended writing; 
    18 ensure that the main focus is children’s learning;
    19include a year group/key stage label, identify the aim and learning outcome of the 

20 have individual pieces of work labelled with the child’s name;
21 have labels which include information, facts and questions;
22 be backed and edged with a border;Classrooms should be vibrant and welcoming, and be supportive of enriched learning. With this in mind, the classroom is considered as a learning resource used by teachers to engage students. In conclusion

It is important that there is a consistent approach to display across our whole school and every policy should be reviewed at least every two years.

Every teacher should develop a skill in creating an aesthetically learning environment and display for all to archive above policy

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