Tda 2.4 - Equality, Diversity & Inclusion in Work with Children and Young People

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- | TDA 2.4 - Equality, Inclusion & Diversity In Work With Children and Young People. | Kerri Cook | | Contents Section One: Page 4 Legislation, participation, equal access and valuing and promoting cultural diversity. Section Two: Page 8 Prejudice & Discrimination and own attitudes, values and opinions. section three: Page 13 group inclusion Contents Page 4 - Section One Page 5 - 1.1 - Identify the current legislation and codes of practice relevant to the promotion of equality and valuing diversity page 5 - 1.2 - Describe the importance of supporting the rights of all children and young people to participation and equal rights. Page 6 - 1.3 - Describe the importance and benefits of valuing and promoting cultural…show more content…
This means that my setting does comply to the National Curriculum but does adapt to the levels of ability of the current pupils. Even though we are unsure of the complete level of understanding of the pupils we, as a setting, do always try to promote equality and diversity within our resources and work activities, this means out pupils will see that all children, young people and adults are equal and all have the same rights regardless of age, gender, and ability. 1.3- The benefits of promoting and valuing cultural diversity within a school setting is extremely important as children and young people will learn to understand all the different cultures and respect them. Learning about different cultures and religions helps a young mind broaden and see that no matter what culture, race or ethnicity another person is they still have equal rights and opportunities and can achieve the same goals as each other. For example, many people see all Indian/Pakistani adults as doctors, this is a common form of stereotyping and if an English child is lead to believe that this is only the case then they may not want to follow that career path due to feeling that they are not allowed. Within my setting we promote cultural diversity within our resources, this means that when we show our pupils books or home-made resources to help assist them with their learning we always try to ensure that all ethnic backgrounds and abilities are shown
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