This is particularly true in cases of suspected child abuse or when a child or young person is at risk. You should at all times tell the individual that you will not be able to keep confidentiality if they disclose something to you which you cannot keep to yourself for these reasons. Any adults who work with children and young people will come to know most of the personal information like date of birth, address and contact details and also sensitive information like behavioural issues, some medical information, family background, whether parents are divorcing and so on. It is the responsibility of the adult to keep this information confidential. They must protect the identity of the child they work with and that of their families and carers.
Information given by parents or carers to nursery staff can’t be passed on to third parties. Personal issues will remain confidential to the people involved. 3. Sometimes there are situations when confidential information has to be shared if it has to do with a child, the parent’s permission should be given unless a child’s safety is at risk. Such as, if a child needs additional support from other professionals, you would help this child by contacting the certain professionals, if you suspect a child to be in a situation that risks their safety, an adult has disclosed information that may raise concerns over their ability to carry out daily duties in the setting.
So say if you act out on these attitudes, it could have a bad effect on the children your working with and other children they might know, and you would not want them to copy your own actions in a result. Everyone from child to adult that we may meet on a day to day basis could have a different opinion to mine, and are more than likely will have different values and mind sets. When you are around children of your own or other parents children, you have to be in control of the things you are saying and the actions you are taking, because children can take so much information and tend to copy what an adult says and does, as most children will see there family and other adults as a role model. Like me for example, i act almost the same age as the children i work with, but yet at the same time i act a mature age to show them what they should and should not say and be careful of what i am saying to the children when with them in class. If we go and show bad attitude and show that we are negative to certain people around them.
We also communicate in order to motivate the people around us to name a few reasons. 2. Explain how effective communication affects all aspects of own work whilst working in childcare effective communication is paramount. We communicate with the children in order to teach them new skills, we also use communication to encourage and motivate the children as well as other staff on a daily basis. We as staff must communicate in order to keep the children safe from relaying information of a hazard check or announcing the finding of a potential hazard to passing on concerns about a child if that should arise.
This is essential in order to safeguard the children within our setting. We only hold information about the children that is important for us and their personal welfare. For example this can include, medication records, allergies, parents and full names. When information needs to be passed on and shared with other professionals then we need to ensure that we are complying with the data protection act. This act sets out clear guidelines which can be followed effectively in order to make sure that individuals private information does not get obtained by unnecessary people.
The nursery has an open door policy to create and sustain opportunities to involve parents/carers as active partners and establish a two-way flow of information to provide continuity in each child''s learning experiences and development. We advise that all parents/carers read the policies and procedures to ensure an understanding of the nurseries underpinning practice. 3.3 Describe circumstances where partnerships with carers may be difficult to develop and sustain. They are all different reasons why partnerships with parent and carers are difficult to sustain in the nursery. Is not easy to dealing in situations, which is sensitive and appropriate support from managers or external agencies.
Therefore, it is difficult to give each student the attention he/she deserves. Mrs. Mills performs pre-assessments, in-process assessments, and post-assessments to understand each learner's needs in the classroom. To ensure that every student’s
The wrong person could receive the information and put the adult and child’s safety at risk. • Every matter relating to safe guarding is confidential. • The staffs at the work settings need to know that they have professional responsibility to share information with other agencies in order to safe guard children. • The head of the centre or the designated member of staff will disclose any information about child to other member of staff on a need to know basis only. • All the staff at the work setting aim to ensure that all the parents and carers can share their information with confidence that will be used to enhance the welfare of their children • Development records ( observation, planning ,photographs,….)
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Explain the factors that need to be taken into account when assessing Development. Assessing children and young people has to be done sensitively and accurately. There are a number of factors that have to be considered. CONFIDENTIALITY: Before you can carry out an observation on a child, you must get gain permission from parents or those responsible for the child. Most parents are happy for there children to be observed, although they would not want any other parents or people who have no involvement with the child to read any reports.