4.3 All settings should have a designated person to deal with child protection issues. If I have concerns that a child is being abused it is my job to disclose this information to the designated/manager of the setting unless I think by disclosing the information will put the child/young person in further danger. This can be very hard to work out so having colleagues to discuss this will help me come to a quick conclusion and more accurately. This can become very difficult if I feel that there is child/young person abuse issue and the designated/manager thinks that there isn’t. I think if I have a doubt then it is better to be safe than sorry, maybe monitor the child and gather more information but if the child is in significant danger then report it to the safeguarding board immediately.
This would affect a child’s social and communication development as he/she would find it difficult to listen and speak to peers staff and carers this could also affect their behaviour possibly becoming frustrated and quite angry Whatever concern you have about a Childs development in any area, you should always share it with others. In primary school pupils, refer to the class teacher in the first instance, followed by the SENCO (Special Educational Needs Coordinator). In secondary schools you may wish to go straight to the
When deciding to use tracking technology on your kids, it is best to consider the pros and cons of tracking them. First, controlling your children can cause to them many psychological and mental disorders. Parents, who control their children and do not allow them to make their own choices, can lead to children’s rebellious behavior. In particular, this is true for teenagers who should make some mistakes, take a risk and make their own decisions in order to develop, grow up and learn. If they are micro-managed, it can cause their anti-social personality development, parent-child relational problem disorders, depression and paranoid personality.
They want and need to make more of their own decisions and mistakes — age-appropriately of course. This desire for autonomy, in addition to adolescent hormones and school and social pressures, causes them to react with strong emotions. Rudeness is a rudimentary attempt to gain independence and demonstrates that the teenager feels fairly secure that the parent won’t become overly punitive — not a bad thing. In contrast, in the presence of a cold or neglectful parent, teenagers may not feel so secure. Instead of feeling the need to separate, they might feel defeated in their longing for more togetherness.
It is difficult to prevent basic human nature of children, but in order to protect them from making life changing mistakes parents need to understand, and respect the needs of their young adults. Adolescents rebel due to anger and resentment. This rage comes from the environment around them. In most cases anger builds up from lack of affection and attention from family and parents. Many times parents do not know their child’s greatest fears, struggles and joy, and to the parents it is acceptable as their parents did not know that much about them.
Self-harm would make the service providers very mistrustful as the pain imposed on them by themselves is showing as the pain they are facing at some other point with someone else. They sequence of abuse may continue, it is more likely for someone that has been abuse to be an abuser once they grow older so a back ground check on parents and people living in the family home would need to be done to make sure that it is safe and secure for the individual
There are long-term effects and short-term effects of bullying. Long-term effects of bullying could emotionally damage their self-esteem, lack of individual characteristics. Frequently being bullied can lead to the victim feeling that she/he is not capable of doing anything right. Sometime victims starts to believe in the bullies words and saying (verbal abuse). There are some cases where extreme bullying can lead the victim to committee suicide, this is why it is very important to deal with bullying at the early stages of cycle.
It is very important for these values to be demonstrated amongst children by their parents. It’s just sickening how children grow up knowing only wrong, only destruction, and evil. If parents fail to show their children a strong foundation of morality and knowledge, then when that child turns into an adult, they will be of no use to society, and most likely become a problem citizen. A child's ability to absorb knowledge and skills in the environment they live in is a key factor that parents should understand. Children are curious sponges taking in they can from their surroundings.
This may be an exception to this teen is not tried and punished as an adult. Moreover, other circumstances warrant other decisions. In many cases, the parents and family were responsible and educated the young as they should, but the character that he or she may develop when facing a situation is total responsibility of him or herself. The immaturity leads to yield to social pressures that drive them to commit a crime, even knowing the consequences it may bring. In situations like those, a hard trial as the one that an adult receives should be imposed.