Children 's Views On Children And Young People

1515 WordsMar 18, 20167 Pages
There are many values and principles which underpin children and young people 's play and learning including children 's views this means hearing the children 's voice, thoughts, view and opinions. Listening to what the children have to say because it may have an effect on the environment which will make it more child like challenging. By having a stimulating environment it will enable the children to explore investigate take risks as well as playing and learning. Children and young people will achieve better if they are involved in the planning explaining what they would like. The Welsh Assembly Government believes that "play is so critically important to all children in the development of their physical, social, mental, emotional and creative skills that society should seek every opportunity to support it and create an environment that fosters it." The policy statement is predicted upon the principles that the child 's free choice of their own play is a critical factor in enriching their learning and contributing to their well being and development. Letting children have the freedom to play which I strongly believe in, however from other points of views people are concerned of the traffic and safety of the children, also whereas religious/cultural organizations, curriculum and time constraints. Some religions and other cultures do not believe in play in a relation to learning as they don 't think it is a way a child or young person is going to learn. Some people 's view
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