Expectations of Affinity Teachers and Education Support Staff
Once you are registered with Affinity Education you can be assured that you will receive a professional service from the experienced staff that you will work with.
We feel that the teachers and school support staff working with us are our colleagues and we endeavour to ensure you feel valued and supported.
We appreciate that the service that we offer our schools is only as good as the quality of our registered teachers and school support staff therefore we would ask that we work in partnership to provide the best possible impression and service to our schools.
You will inevitably have expectations of us- to place you in bookings that suit your experience and to secure you as much work as possible. However in order to work with Affinity Education we have expectations of our colleagues too.
During registration, you will be provided with a document advising you of the expectations that Affinity Education has of our colleagues in the form of our 'Expectations Code of Conduct' and our 'Child Protection and Safeguarding' documents.
Affinity Education take the safeguarding of children very seriously, and with this in mind follow a strict code of conduct in accordance with 'The All Wales Child Protection Procedures' and ‘Keeping Learners Safe’: The role we all have under the Education Act 2002.
Affinity Education require their colleagues to promote the safety and well-being of pupils.The term ‘well-being’ refers to the rights of children and young people in relation to their physical, mental health and emotional well-being.
In addition to this document, please click into the following link to view the Education Workforce Council (EWC) 'Code of Conduct and Practice for Registrants with the EWC'.The code sets out the key principles of good conduct and practice for registered teachers in Wales. It is intented to guide teachers judgements and decisions.
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