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------------------------------------------------- HNC Working with COMMUNITIES GRADED unit science project Lisa Cassidy ------------------------------------------------- HNC Working with COMMUNITIES GRADED unit science project Lisa Cassidy Planning DK16 34 14/03/2013 Planning DK16 34 14/03/2013 Introduction As part of my Higher National Certificate in working with communities I am required to carry out a practical assignment in the form of a graded unit. This includes my current knowledge and experience gained from units completed throughout the course. The following information will provide the evidence of achieving this. The following project will benefit the children and parents involved by helping them take part…show more content…
The family will also have the support of home school partnership workers and family support worker if required. The age of the children makes it easy for them to learn and creates early intervention to prevent future learning problems. The weaknesses of the project is its highly deprived area some of the parents have many barriers to participation including poverty, poor education or lack of knowledge, financial difficulties that prevents them getting to and from school. Some of the parents may be young parents and experience some issues such poor health or illnesses like depression which will include low self-esteem, lack of confidence difficulty being around others. Sociological theories of the group This particular school is based in a high deprivation area and has many residents some of which who may have various problems such as low income, lack of education and poor housing all of which has a huge impact on the child development throughout their education. As children develop throughout their life’s it is important that their needs are met. According to Abraham Maslow (1954) hierarchy of needs believes that basic needs should be met in order to sustain and fulfil more advanced needs. Maslow’s original five stage model was created in his early years and was described as the hierarchy of needs pyramid which includes the following: Physiological (food, water, shelter, warmth) safety: (security,
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