Forced marriages gender inequality, poverty, negative traditional or religious practices, failure to enforce laws, conflicts, disasters and emergency. Missing children in schools, check register, check offsite record, check transition activities, notify head teacher/deputy head, after 10 mins parent notified. School outings, once realised missing, one or more adults search, visit leader will contact school to alert them that a child has gone missing, after 5 mins the police are alerted and parents are informed by
Children quickly become distressed, and depending on what they have witnessed, may be in shock themselves. Be sure that you and any other people at the scene are not put at any unnecessary risk. Each school will have a system in place for summoning urgent medical assistance to the classroom or playground. Dealing with minor injuries It is inevitable that all children at one time or another will suffer minor cuts, bruises and abrasions. These can be dealt with within the school campus and do not require a child to be sent home.
I must follow the confidentiality policy and not discuss any information about children, their families and sensitive information about the setting matters to anyone unless there is an appropriate reason to do so. Following the health & safety policy I must record any accidents in the relevant accident book and fill an accident slip in to send home to notify the parent/carer of their child’s accident. Check the furniture, equipment and toys are safe for children to use before the children come into the setting and report any hazards/faulty equipment to the appropriate person as soon as possible. In regards to the EYFS I promote the development of all seven areas of the E.Y.F.S I encourage all children to interact and work co-operatively with others and engage in all activities. I also support the equality and inclusion and acceptance of all children within the setting.
Describe how you might react to incidents of bullying and violence? All signs of bullying or violence should be taken seriously, reported and logged with the teacher or other school staff. It is also essential to act upon this behaviour quickly and correctly to minimize the possibility of it happening again in the future. The schools policies and rules are regularly reinforced by the school staff to the children in their classrooms, in assemblies and around the school. During Anti-bullying week the school will have special assemblies to demonstrate the types of bullying and how children can report this behaviour.
All toilets are cleaned at the beginning of the session, throughout the session and at the end of each session to stop the spread of infection. All staff has been trained in first aid. Accidents forms need to be completed when an accident occurs and the parent/carer has to sign them to show they have been made aware. If a child were to come into the session with a mark on them from home or they had an accident outside then the parent would fill in an accident form explaining when the incident happened and how and what injuries the child may have. 1.2 Explain how duty of care contributes to the safeguarding or protection of individuals Risk Assessment By ensuring risk assessments are been carried out within a setting before each session.
There is a strict rule that needs to be followed concerning children being picked up from school and if parents cannot pick their children up, meaning someone else picking them up, the school needs to know to avoid any risks of child abduction. Children wait in the school entrance following after school activities, until the correct person arrive to collect the pupil. The duties of supervisory staff e.g. Teaching Assistants are to make themselves familiar with the H+S Act and any other safety issues relevant to their area of work. The School treats Health and Safety seriously, from the playground to the classrooms, the people in the setting are made aware of the risks and told that possible risks are also laminated and put on the walls as an extra reminder of any risks there may be.
According to the teacher staff and parent groups worked together to establish an appropriate time for teachers to be on the school grounds in order to provide supervision. This information was then spread through the school community via newsletters. In order to avoid liability for any incidents that could occur before this time, all communication must clearly advise that, ‘there will be no one to supervise children at school before the set time and that the school cannot accept responsibility for students delivered to school prior to that time,’ (DETWA, 2007,
* Assisting moving and handling – you must not assist with moving and handling without relevant training as you can yourself serious injury or injure the individual you may be moving. In the event of a fire the person who has found the fire must set off the fire alarm, this alerts others to the danger. All social care workers must help to evacuate all the residents out of the building through the nearest fire exit and assemble at the assembly
The groups involved are: Police: The police have the responsibility of intervening in a situation where they believe a vulnerable group or individual are at risk, but they also have a duty of care over children and young people in their care to protect them from harm both physical and psychological. Parents: Parental responsibility governs both biological parents and Legal guardians and holds the individual responsible for the Childs wellbeing and progression. The parents are also given power of attorney over the child and must be consulted when medical procedures are required. Teachers: teachers are responsible for the safety and wellbeing of children under their care whilst at school but are also required to raise the alarm if there is evidence of abuse outside of their classroom. Teacher are required to follow both school procedures and government guidelines when dealing with children under their care this may include referring the child or family to outside organisations such as medical professionals, social workers or even police.
The students who are yet to be caught will learn from the mistakes of other students and will stop. To increase the effect of locker checks, they should be done with security guards and dogs. Security guards at school increase security and security dogs help find drugs with their noses. School is a place to learn, not a place to bring malicious substances, electronics and etc. So, only learning material should be brought to school.