1. “Teach children positive social skills and provide them with skill training to cope with their negative emotional states and deal with the problems and stressers that they face daily.”This basically means, teach children how to be friends with each other, how to share their belongings, how to respect others' belongings, and how to communicate. If they start displaying inappropriate anger coping skills, teach them in the moment how to deal with it properly. Counting to 10 may seem cliché, but it actually can work. Stepping away from the situation until the child has calmed down; there are many things that can be taught early that will be more effective then teaching them at a required by the courts class at the age of 39.
I make sure I go by all these in my work role so I know I’m safeguarding the children to the best of my ability. Observing and assessing children’s development is essential so you are alert to anything that is not expected of that child at their development, we should also keep parents/careers up to date. Duty of care contributes to the safeguarding contributes to the safeguarding or protection of individuals by protecting them from any harm weather it’s physical or psychological. IN our nursery we safeguard children by * Setting clear boundaries for children’s behaviour and using strategies to discourage behaviour which could harm others. We do this according to their developmental stage.
It enables all the staff to be consistent in their approach in dealing with behaviour issues. For example, if there is no consistency in staff applying the boundaries and rules then there will be chaos in the setting, and this will not help positive behaviour in children. But if there is consistency then every child in the setting will know that no matter whom they go to in the setting, they will always get one answer. The importance of all
All adults should work in a safe open enviroment when working 1 to 1 with a child , so not to leave themselves open to accusations. They should follow guidesline in toileting a child or cleaning up after an accident. Inform another adult what needs to be done and preferly another adult attends. If I felt a fellow member of staff display inappropiate conduct with pupil or other staff member i would speak to my headteacher, if I felt i need to take it further i would then address our Chair of Governors requesting him to me ring me direct. He would follow my concerns up and would informed me of results of his findings.
It is vital that help is sent for immediately. This should always be the school’s qualified first aider. Every school should have at least one qualified first aider on site at all times, and you should know their name and how to contact them in the event of an emergency. You will also need to support and reassure not only the casualty but also any other children who may be present. Children quickly become distressed, and depending on what they have witnessed, may be in shock themselves.
COMMUNICATION UNITS UNIT 1–COMMUNICATION AND PROFESSIONAL RELATIONSHIPS WITH YOUNG CHILDREN, YOUNG PEOPLE &ADULTS UNIT 7-DEVELOP PROFESSIONAL RELATIONSHIPS WITH CHILDREN,YOUNG PEOPLE & ADULTS Why is effective communication so important when developing positive relationships with children, young people and adults? (1 1.1) Effective communication is important especially with children as they need to learn how to communicate themselves. We should always be aware OS what we are saying to children at times of stress. Lack of communication can cause serious misunderstanding between each other, which can lead to bad feeling. We are more likely to communicate with each other if we have positive relationships.
In addition, they have to be focused on the right elements and not be distracted by anything. He also believed that children would perform actions they had previously seen adults do and they learn a lot by ‘mirroring the task.’ If parents are modelling bad behaviours, negative self-talk, unwillingness to try something new then the child will do the same as the parents. In order to empower children you have to talk to them, listen to them and respect their values and feelings which make them feel valued. You have to encourage them to make decisions for themselves and be there when they make mistakes and discuss the decisions they have made. Positive reinforcement can help in building good habits and reducing unwanted habits.
If there is no communication between the practitioners and children and young people there will be problems caused for the work setting. All children’s area of development (holistic) will need to be supported and this will not happen if they do not communicate with the children as they will not feel comfortable in the setting. Praising a child can build their confidence with people and make the feel comfortable and be able to say what they think to the people around them such
Autistic children are easily upset and prone to over react, even the slightest change in their routine may invite a tantrum (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 2010). Attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), is a fairly common problem in the schools today. Children with ADHD most commonly have suffer from inattention and are easily distracted. These children would also suffer from impulsive behaviors. When it is time to be quiet the children with ADHD are hyper-active and therefore, find it difficult to set still.
2.3 Our behaviour as adults can impact on children and young people greatly. As adults we can start by getting children to think about the differences between us and understanding them. We as adults need them to learn by our example by making sure we practice fair equality and demonstrate positive relationships with all children an adults including parents and the community. 2.4 We can promote anti discrimination practice in work by actively showing that you respect and value individuals and supporting pupils who have additional needs and ensuring all pupils have access to a broad and balanced curriculum, also challenging any discrimination when it occurs. 2.5 We must always challenge discrimination when we come across it.