Specific data can how determine how well the child will do in a given time or the success of communication between parents and the school. The members of staff at Blakesley Hall Primary School is expected to act professionally in their job profession if a parent confides in them about an arising issue with their child if they have problems or something the school should know about. The reason for a confidentiality policy in school is all the students at the school have the right to confidentiality because of the Data Protection Act. The Data Protection Act is a law designed to protect personal data stored on computers or in an organized paper filing system. The Data Protection Act was passed by parliament to control the way information is handled and to give legal rights to people who have information stored about them.
See role of parents. The administration of such medication forms part the Department's common law duty of care to take reasonable steps to keep students safe while they attend school. This duty of care is fulfilled through its staff members. The administration of prescribed medication in schools is carried out by staff who volunteer and who are trained. Department of Education and Communities staff can access the e-Administration of prescribed medication at school (e-APMAS) course from the Department's intranet.
Homework for 11th November 2014 Kayleigh Whelan MU2:4)1:1 Outline the health and safety policies and procedures of the work setting. Uniform is to worn so that the workers can be identified but also to be smart and comfortable, workers are also advised on how they should behave whilst wearing the uniform inside and outside of the work place. Behaviour whilst in the workplace should be appropriate round the children as if it isn’t management will give the right discipline that is needed. If you are in uniform and outside of work and a member of the public see’s you behaving in a way they do not think is appropriate for you to be around children can also contact your work place and inform them and again the right discipline will be given to you by management. When working with children it is important to be physically, mentally and emotionally fit as you are helping the children to develop in these areas and if you cannot perform in a way that is positive for the children then you shouldn’t be working with them as it has an effect on the way they can develop.
Make sure the areas have enough room for the children to be engage in the areas activities. Children not aware of the dangers in classroom and outdoor area, by going over the safety precautions in a manner it won’t be over bearing or intimating to children. Having them be involved in making the rules of safety in classroom/outdoor area of what are do and don’t. Make sure first aid kit is available and ready just in case if a student have an accident in classroom. It’s a big plus for me to learn more about what I can do for the safety of my children.
TDA 3.1 – Communication and professional relationships with children, young people and adults Area 1 – Principles Effective communication is vital when working with children and young people. Ensuring class and school rules are adhered to will help the children establish boundaries. For example; Child ‘K’ is being dealt with for repeatedly being reminded not to back-chat teachers and teaching assistants when being asked to do or not to do something, i.e., running around the classroom. By dealing with the negative behaviour helps the child understand that this behaviour is unacceptable and will not be tolerated. When doing this it is important that other children are dealt with in the same way and that all staff follow the same rules and lead by example.
In our setting we use they correct procedure for example – if a child has had an accident or fallen ill at nursery we always follow the correct policies, using the correct equipment and liaising with parents/carers also practitioners if needed, record what happened in the accident form and keep a copy for the school then give a copy to parents/carers. Another part of duty of care is to meet every child’s physical, emotional and psychological needs by showing emotions, feelings and concerns to parents when around them, making sure lots of interaction is used and communication is a must in order for the best help/support of development comes from those who know the child best. Each child has a key worker which is the main person that observes them and knows them the best out of everyone else. If the key worker notices a difference in the child’s behaviour or looks. If the key person feels like it’s out of their hands they speak to whoever we feel necessary.
L3 CYPW Diploma Assessment task SHC 34 – Principles for implementing duty of care in health, social care or children’s and young people’s settings. To be submitted by: Please write paragraphs to fully explain: 1.1 Explain what it means to have a duty of care in own work role. In law a Duty of Care means to take reasonable care to avoid causing harm or damage. In my work role as a Learning Support Assistant at Langside School I have a duty of care for the pupils attending the school and I also have a duty of care to my work colleagues. To the pupils that attend the school my duty of care is to prevent harm, to use my skills, professional abilities and experience to report any concerns over their health, to note any changes in their behaviour and bring to the attention of the team and to record any unexplained marks/bruises.
Our Academy has Cause for Concern (CFC) forms to fill out for when there is a concern about the well being of a child. These are available from the office which need filling out with all information possible and a drawing on the body map of any marks where possible when completed given to the designated officer who is a member of the senior leader ship team. She will then work closely with any outside agencies. All paper work is kept locked away and forwarded on if a child moves to another school. | United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child, The United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child is to ensure that no person is denied a right to education.
2.2 Roles and responsibilities when keeping children safe All governors and staff have a shared responsibility to safeguard children. They all have to be familiar with and follow setting’s procedures and protocols for promoting and safeguarding the welfare of children. However, there are certain designated persons in school with more specific roles and responsibilities, who must be contact to express concerns about a child’s welfare. All Staff and Volunteers To know how to work with the policy/procedures of the setting To know when and how to respond to when concern are raised To appreciate the guidance of the relevant Local Safeguarding Children Board To supervise children within set ratios To observe and monitor children to make sure they grown up in confidence To work as a part of professional team To monitor children health and general well- being To be a role model of positive behavior To be suitable qualified with full DBS clearance Protect children from harm from Internet/social media etc. Class teacher To work as a key person and actively engage with family in order to develop positive relationships and develop trust To maintain attendance record to maintain safe collection procedure for children The Designated Person for Child Protection (DPCP): has knowledge and skills for recognising and acting upon Child Protection concerns.
Education Act 2002 This tackles the responsibilities of local education authorities, governing bodies, head teachers and all those working in schools to ensure that children are safe and free from harm. What to do if you’re worried a child is being abused (2006) These guidelines deal with people working with children and how they can safeguard and promote their welfare – as well as what actions to take if they have concerns. Health and Safety at Work Act (1974) This legislation details the responsibilities of all organisations and people to be aware of, prevent and report hazards, accidents and incidents. Policies All schools should have local policies which ensure the safety, security and well-being of their pupils. In my setting there are the following policies/procedures: * Safeguarding Children – what action to take and who to go to (Child Protection Officer) if you have concerns or if a child makes a disclosure.