It is likely that meetings will also be held between different services. Partnerships are often formed to address specific issues. There are two types of partnership teams to help bring together practitioners from different sectors and to provide an integrated way of working to support children, young people and families and to ensure that children who need additional support get the right professionals they need to support them. It is important to work in partnership with others because all agencies can share information and concerns and create a better view about an individual. Quick action and help can be taken when working in partnership.
The bringing together of practitioners and professional from different areas provides an integrated way of working and aims to provide support to children and young people earlier to ensure they meet the Every Child Matters outcomes. It is important for all these sectors to work together as this promotes the young person’s welfare, safety and overall development. 1.2 Analyse how integrated working practices and multi agency working in partnership delivers better outcomes for children and young people. Positive outcomes for children and young people are possible if the professionals working with the young person and their families can share and agree on the way the young person concerned might be assessed, planned for and how those plans are to be implemented. Both the young person’s family and most importantly the young person themselves can be involved in any plans to ensure that the young person can achieve their full potential, this also helps to make sure the young person feels valued.
Multi agency working brings together practitioners from different sectors to provide an integrated way of working to support children, young people and families and ensure that children who need additional support get the right professionals they need to support them. Multi agency working may include people form professional backgrounds such as social workers, health , education, early years, youth work, police and youth justice. Because children, young people and family’s needs can be very different, the composition of a multi-agency team will differ from case to case. It is important each practitioner brings with them their own specialist skills, so that the child, young person and family gets the best support possible. An integrated working are service hubs for the community bringing together a range of services, usually under one roof, whose practitioners then work in a multi-agency way to deliver integrated support to children.
Whether to work with disadvantaged children who help preschoolers get ready for school, they all want to help children on their own way and have a specific desire to that discourse community. In conclusion, as you can see here teachers have a unique discourse community of their own. Discourse communities can be unique to the individual or be as broad a being a citizen of the United States. The idea is that the members of the discourse community share interest, values, and language specific to that group. Being a teacher, you share many interests, values, certain language, specific child developmental language and purpose for doing the work they
Unit 209 Support children and young people behaviour How you could be an effect role model to children and young people In your placement in the school I believe I could be an effective role model by setting a good example to the children I work with. As studies have shown, children learn more from copying behaviour around them, rather than just being told what to do. Children are mostly influenced by teachers, parents, friends and support workers. All the adults should be aware of their own behaviour and mannerism, and the effect could have on the children. Children can pick up behaviour and attitudes from adults from around them .For this reason, I feel my appearance must always be presentable and my clothes should be appropriate to wear in a school setting.
They need to be able to work as part of a team aswel as work on their own initiative. A good early year’s practitioner should understand the importance of developing a physical and emotional environment where children feel confident to explore and investigate, and enjoy finding things out for themselves. They should listen carefully to the ideas put forward by the children and encourage them in their exploration and investigation. They should always work around the children and reorganise routines to ensure children have time to follow their ideas and interests. They should take every child’s needs and developmental stages into consideration when planning activities for them and always
-Personal, social and emotional. -Expressive art and design. The EYFS was brought in to make sure children learn and develop well and that each child is unique and all children develop at different rates to each other which also links with the ‘every child matters’ which was put in place so children are treated with respect, get a chance to learn and keep children safe from harm. Also so children can achieve what they should and help children to develop at their own rate. Unit 14.
Introduction: Effective communication is the most important factor within care settings for children and young people. If you are able to communicate effectively with colleagues, parents, children and young people you are able to build strong relationships within all sectors of your work place including different professionals such as other teachers, doctors, nurses and the authorities. Communication in the work setting varies from one-to-one interactions with a child or a parent, group interactions with the children and staff meetings. In my report I will explain the different reasons why people communicate and I will also give an explanation of how communication affects relationships within the work setting. Main Body: A child’s key
To do this we need to make sure each member is valued for their similarities and differences. Each member is treated equally regardless of race, ability, disability, nationality, or income level. We need to work together as a team, learning from and supporting each other in our learning. All members of our team are respected and shown respect. Having a safe and healthy environment will make our team members feel secure and allow leaning to take place.
This paper describes a few methods and components that can be used to teach students with E.D. how to control their own emotions and behaviors before any learning can occur, behaviors must be controlled. Teaching Children that are Emotionally Disturbed Children vary in different sizes, shapes, and behaviors and all of these come into play when trying to maintain a successful classroom. The sizes and shapes however, do not matter as much as the children’s behaviors. A classroom, be it regular education or special education, depends on structure to be successful.