if there is not adequate supervision then safety is compromised, with lower ratio 's quality child care is given, with lots of 1-1 and small group interactions. 3.1 Explain how to promote children’s health and well-being in a early years setting In the setting we promote children 's health and well-being by having a safe environment that has been risk assessed and is relevant to the age and stage of the child
Practitioners have to put the needs of children first because this will help keep children safe and encourages children to be independent. It’s important to show
| Children love to play and explore. For example while in a park a child will want to climb a ladder to go on a slide. Natural reaction may be to hold or even pick up a child and put them up. Children learn best when trying and experiencing things themselves. There is a risk of a child slipping and falling of the steps but a child also has a right to experience facilities to aid their development. Children need to learn how to predict and avoid dangerous situations.Another potential dilemma may be confidentiality. I must ensure that all personal information is kept confidential and is not shared with anyone else unless permission form is signed. But if there is a case of concern that a child’s welfare may be at risk social services have to be informed.There is also a possibility of conflict with parent’s wishes due to their culture and religion.
Responding to any concern has to be done in a professional manner meaning that you don’t talk to the parents or carer of the child without first following procedures.
2.1 Explain how children and young people’s development is influenced by a range of personal factors
CU1521-Support children and young people’s health and safety Task 3 Assessment criteria 3.3- give examples from own practice of supporting children or young people to access and manage risks.
Developmental Assessment of Childhood: PRECIOUS The film Precious is an emotional movie that deals with the unfortunate realities of everyday life for some individuals. The film that stares Gabourey Sidibe who plays the main character Clarice “Precious” Jones is based out of Harlem in
It emphasises the important principles to be followed when working with children and young people: settings must provide a safe and secure environment, if any children are identified as suffering from abuse or likely to suffer the appropriate action must be taken.
II. Have the necessary information of the children in my care beliefs, views and preferences recorded safety
ACTIVITY Task 1 (3.1 / 3.2 / 3.3) It is important that children and young people are allowed to exercise their rights and choices, whilst health and safety requirements are maintained. This can lead to a dilemma when children and young people wish to undertake a task that you may feel is not
Firstly before any legislation that a child is assessed under, an assessment has to be carried out to ascertain the following:
The weather plays a big 3.1 Explain why it is important to take a balanced approach to risk management It is very important to let children asses’ danger for themselves in a secure environment. It is not good for them to be cooped up and have somebody tell them that one thing is bad and will hurt them and another will keep them safe they need to identify these things for themselves to enable them to live a positive life as an adult and to gain confidence in themselves and their own abilities. At the same time the children need to be given this chance in a safe and secure place whereby I as the carer know they will not come into any danger.
Understand how to monitor children and young people’s development and interventions that should take place if this is not following the expected pattern.
Chapter One: Introduction Chapter 2: Literature Review Attachment is important to the development of children in order for them to establish bonds and feel security with primary caregivers. Children who are adopted or placed in substitute care often times experience major breaks in caregiving. This results in children lacking the ability to feel safe, loved, wanted and apart of another human being. This break in attachment sometimes leaves the child reeling lost and anger with those providing for them. The feeling of attachment, or lack of attachment, can determine and affect the future outcomes of children as they grow in to adults.
“Development is a dynamic and reciprocal process that occurs between the child’s internal and external environments” (Burns, 2013, p44). The assessment of a child’s development is important because it helps to recognize the normal and abnormal infants, children, and adolescent’s performance when compared with others of the same age