Behaviour and outings

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This is a group presentation.


  1. Before going out on a school outing, discuss with the children on acceptable behavior and conduct.
  2. Tell them the danger of wandering away on their own and not following the group.
  3. No jumping, no throwing rubbish or sticking hands out of the window of the car/bus.
  4. When going out on an outing, make sure there is enough Directress to look after the children.
  5. Children tend to get excited when they go out for outing and may not pay much attention to the Directress then.
  6. It is important that they understand the ground rules before going out in an outing.
  7. One way of ensuring children stay together is to get a long rope and making sure the children hold onto the rope and everybody moves in a long, straight line together.

Control Of Error

Points Of Interest


Direct aims:

  • To develop the child's good manners and good behavior.

Indirect aims:

  • To develop the child's language.
  • To develop the child's independence.