Regular, effective and varied reward systems should be integrated in our practices with children being awarded in many different ways.
A practice that participates in being involved within the community and not engaging in anti-social behaviour as well as instilling crucial moral values in children from early years to mould their emotional and social development and to determine the kind of adult they will become.
Analyse the importance of supporting resilience in children and young people 6.
A practitioner whose character is that of a happy, cheerful, well mannered and caring person will help to create a healthy and positive atmosphere; this will undoubtedly bring out the best in a child and will affect his development holistically. Explain why it is important to work with the child or young people to ensure they have strategies to protect themselves and make decisions about safety.
Each child is unique and needs to be cared for in his own way.
Parents may be then able to voice any concerns they have with the practitioner and this will therefore result in a healthy parent — practitioner relationship allowing good communication which will aid in them both in aiding the child.
On the other hand, practitioners that do not motivate children through the mentioned reward systems will result in the children to be far less motivated in any task they undertake. These factors are essential in the development of healthy and positive child; and it is important that a practitioner take care in ensuring that they provide the child with both a stable environment and an attitude that will aid the children in boosting their confidence and moral.
Outcome 5 Understand how to respond to evidence or concerns that a child or young person has been bullied 5. Lack of communication may cause barriers in the development of the child and cause lack of understanding between those who may otherwise be able to help the child.
This then enables the practitioner to understand the child more i. Society has a duty to protect children and young people. Outcome 1 — Understand the main legislation, guidelines, policies and procedures for safeguarding children and young people 1. Observations give the practitioner the power to assess the needs of the SEN children and therefore to adapt the activities best suited to the children EYFS 3.
The overall interior of the work setting may enhance or inhibit the development of a child. Each service involves conducts an individual management review of its practices to identify any changes that should be made.
Practitioners need to incorporate on rules and safety which will then educate children at an early age to be vigilant and cautious of any harm. If the features of the work setting are attractive, stimulating, organized, well-planned, and varied this can contribute in promoting development.
It is imperative to create an environment of trust, love and support and understanding of the child. Explain what is meant by partnership working in the context of safeguarding.
Maintaining good relations with Parents, Carers is an essential element in the healthy development of a child. Explain why it is important to ensure children and young people are protected from harm within the work setting.
Social privileges may be given to those who display good behaviour; again as indicated previously, this will promote further good behaviour within other children as well.
Evaluate ways in which concerns about poor practice can be reported whilst ensuring that whistleblowers and those whose practice or behaviour is being questioned are protected.
Being protected from harm and neglect. In this way one can gain trust and love of a child; if the child is comfortable and secure in their environment this will affect their development in a positive manner.
The necessity of encouragement and expression to children of the importance of good physical and mental health through their diet, exercise and healthy lifestyle EYFS 1.
Outcome 2 — Understand the importance of working in partnership with other organisations to safeguard children and young people 2.Evaluating and improving your performance 1 Ways of evaluating and improving Principles of personal responsibilities and how to develop and evaluate own performance at work Evaluating and improving your performance 4 Explain the different types of career path and roles available to you in PR.
Learning Outcome 1 Explain the legislative framework for health, safety and risk management in the work setting Analyse how policies, procedures and practices in own setting meet health, safety and risk management requirements Learning Outcome 2 Explain how you have demonstrated compliance with health, safety and risk /5(K).
Explain how own working practice can affect children and young people’s development (CYP ) Introduction: As a practitioner it’s your duty to observe and maintain correct procedures to ensure that the children are offered a stimulating environment which will further allow optimum possibilities for development.
ACS and Page 13 AC – Explain employees’ roles and responsibilities in relation to the prevention and control of infection and social care work setting and so through the examples used reflects own knowledge of how employees can work in.
Unit 1 Explain how a work setting can encourage children and young people’s positive behaviour Promote children and young people’s positive behaviour.
CU Explain how a work setting can encourage children and young peoples positive behaviour Developing positive relationships- Giving the child the/5(1).Download