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.
Breaking confidentiality can result in police involvement and court proceedings. Active support should be provided to the child; children need someone who can provide necessary support and are proactive in a practical way. A person should try their upmost to increase the child’s self confidence and raise their self esteem so that they are resilient and empowered. Children who know they are wanted and loved and who are used to making decisions are more likely to decline unwanted advances and therefore less likely to be drawn into exploitative situations. Children should be given the correct information according to their ages, needs and abilities.
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
This is so that these barriers do not put a strain on the partnership and relationship parents and practitioners have. Barriers can lead to the parents becoming more emotional such as anger or show distress about it. Leading onto more prejudice attitudes and having different expectations on rules. It can all spiral out of control if not stopped, which not the help the child would reach their full potential as the child is the main focus, as their wellbeing is one of the most crucial part (paramount) while in the setting. Barriers come in many forms, such as when key persons are doing observations and planning.
• Individuals and agencies should work together so that the best interests of the child are met; • Actions taken to protect children, including investigation, should not cause the child unnecessary distress; The Legislative context which children are protected includes: United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child (UNCRC). The most important articles in relation to the child protection are: • Article 19 provides that children have the right to be protected from all form of physical or mental violence, injury or
This means that safe activities should promote equality and diversity. Furthermore, it means that children with specific needs should also be considered e.g. children with sensory impairments such as hearing would not be able to follow spoken instructions as well as others in order to keep safe, so the activity should include photographic/written prompts too. The different needs of families and carers must be considered so that children can take part in activities, such as transport to certain environments etc. It must always be clear for the activity why you are using that environment, to ensure the safety of the children.
TDA 2.9 1.1 1.2 1.1) Describe the policies and procedures of the setting relevant to promoting children and young people's positive behavior. In every setting the must have a behaviour pocily as it is a legal requirement.This will tell what the staff will do if any situation occurs within the setting. These guidelines are in place for the staff and parents to understand all the codes of condust that are in place.The behaviour pocily needs to be read and understood by staff to be consistent with all techniques to encourage positive behaviour and be consistent in the use of intervention techniques and set a good example to the children and be good role models.In my setting they have many different guidelines e.g Safeguarding children (
Sometimes this is learned behaviour from home and is hard for young children to understand that you are telling them it is not okay to call names because of someone’s skin colour or how they look . It is important to be consistent and reinforce that it’s not okay and it is very upsetting and hurtful. How would they feel if they were left out. We need to teach our children empathy from an early age and to respect each other regardless of race, age, gender, how we look, where were from. 2.2 Any form of prejudice and discrimination can have a severe negative effect throughout a person’s life.
Trained teachers will automatically know the types of measures to use incase a student exhibits a certain undesirable behavior. These measures will ensure that students behave in an appropriate manner and their performance is excellent. They will also make sure that the relationship and interaction between them and their students is healthy therefore building a favorable learning environment. They should be in a favorable condition to notice various problems that individual students go through, advice, keep close watch and offer valid solutions. For a school to be the best place to mould good behavior and emotions, it needs to have consistent rules and consequences in case an individual breaks them.
It is therefore important that you examine your own attitudes and values to consider how these may impact on the way you work with children and young people. Children listen intently to others around them, both adults and other children and soak up all information given to them. The school must make sure that the children are surrounded with positive messages about their peers and their own importance in society. All children are individuals and have individual rights; however they are not the same. It is the policy, currently, to include all children in mainstream education so long as the curriculum can be adapted to suit an individual pupils needs.