Essay on Cyp 3.3

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CYP 33-1.1 Outline current legislation, guidelines, policies and procedures within own UK Home Nation affecting the safeguarding ofChildren and young people. Nspcc Nspcc is providing help and support for children who are in poverty or in danger and make a difference for all children. UK is registered with Nspcc and gets help for children who are in the country. They provide service, advice, support, campaigning and education activities for children. The NSPCC's local services will concentrate on important issues and groups of children most at risk: • those who experience neglect • physical abuse in high-risk families (those families with violent adults, alcohol and drug abuse and mental health issues) • those who experience sexual…show more content…
It includes children’s rights to protection from abuse, their right to express their views and be listened to and the right to care and services for disabled children or children living away from home. In the setting, we provide a healthy and safe environment for children. For children’s safety, all visitors must sign the visitor’s book, security camera systems are in place, password protection for children and marked registration. So the setting tries to protect children from harm. The setting arranges parents and teachers meeting and gets parental advice and opinion. The setting has its own policy and procedure which included children’s safety, parental rights and their welfare requirement and safeguarding anyone in the setting. Each and every setting in the country follows policy and procedure that belongs to the national and local legislation guidelines. The setting keeps contact with local children authority/local safeguarding children board and provides information about child abuse, neglect and any complaints. CYP 33-1.2 Explain child protection within the wider concept of safeguarding children and young people. Safeguarding means minimising risk, protecting children from harm and providing welfare requirements for children. Child protection is much more than safeguarding or protecting children from direct abuse. The ‘Safe action plan’ is a piece of legislation that shows an understanding that children need to
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