This outlines the key aspects of teaching legislation and requirements. It is my duty to maintain the professional integrity and uphold are all cost the reputational of my professionalism. It is therefore very crucial to identify the needs of my learners. For this reason it is therefore important to meet the professional requirements that are valued by the institute that I serve, and be responsible for the scheme of work that I am going to teach my learners (LLUK 45).
In order for teachers to protect themselves and the best way to do it is to follow the rules of the code of practice. Being a teacher I automatically become a role model to my students and for this reason am not going to discriminate, abuse (physically or verbally), dress in a good manner and avoid tardiness. The code of professional practice comes in support of all teachers as guidance to how to be a good teacher. This society is very dynamic, and teaching as a profession is becoming more and more complicated. In order to keep up with the changes, I need to ensure that I meet the highest possible standard. Due to this reasons I should be committed to my own professional learning, seeking to expand my skills and to deepen my knowledge as a professional teacher (Gravells 78).
There are a few legislations that a teacher should comply with. There are some generic legislation that includes code of professional practice (2008), which was developed by the institute for learning (IfL 30) and covers aspects such as professional integrity, respect, reasonable care, professional practice, disclosure and responsibility. The other one is the children act that comprises of five fundamental aspects; each child should be kept healthy, stay safe, enjoy and achieve, make a positive contribution and achieve economic well-being. It will also be helpful to be guided by the Equality act (2010), which covers aspects such as age, disability, gender, gender ...Show more