These duties require authorities to . work with their NHS and Job-centre Plus partners to improve the outcomes of all children up to five years of age and reduce inequalities between them . secure sufficient childcare for working parents . provide a parental information service . provide information, advice and training for childcare providers.
YP0006-03 SUPPORT YOUNG PEOPLE WHO ARE LOOKED AFTER OR LEAVING CARE. 1) Care matters 2006 Children in care must have a positive experience to achieve a good outcome. In order to do this certain standards need to be addressed and met. Such as: *Better support for those on the edge of the care system *Making sure there is a more consistent adult in each child’s life to fulfil the conutry’s responsibilities as corporate parent *Giving every child in care a stable, high quality placement *Getting every child in care a place in a good school and supporting them to continue in education post-16 *Securing support for all aspects of children’s lives outside school *Supporting children better to make the transition to adult life *Ensuring clear, strong accountability to make the whole system focus on the needs of these children. A Better Education for children in care 2003 The government’s long term policy objective is to ensure that every child in care is able to fulfil his or her potential.
The Children Act 2004 provides the legal framework for Every Child Matters which was the government’s response to the death of Victoria Climbié. The Act aims to improve effective local working to safeguard and promote children’s wellbeing. This Act also introduces councillors for children’s services with responsibility for local child welfare. Local Safeguarding Children’s Boards assure that all social services should work together to protect vulnerable children. Working Together to Safeguard Children 2006 is an update of safeguarding and how the agencies should work individually and together to safeguard and promote the welfare of children.
Unit 25 Understand how to safeguard the wellbeing of Children and Young People. Outcome 1 1. Outline current Legislation, Guideline, Policy, Procedure within own UK home nation affecting the safeguarding of children and young people. Legislation, Guideline, Policy, Procedure. Brief Description.
Task 1 Knowing about the legislation, guidelines, policies and procedures for the safeguarding the welfare of children and young people. 1.1. Identify the current legislation, guidelines, policies and procedures for safeguarding the welfare of children and young people including e-safe. The current legislations, guidelines, policies and procedures for safeguarding the welfare of children and young people are:- * Health & Safety at work act 1974 (a) RIDDOR (b) COSHH * Children’s act 1989 * Data Protection act 1998 * Education act 2002 * Every Child Matters 2004 * Working Together to Safeguard Children 2006 * E-Safety 2008 1.2 Describe the role of different agencies involved in safeguarding the welfare of children and young people. The roles of different agencies involved in safeguarding then welfare of children and young people are:- Children’s Charities: NSPCC, Barnados, Childe Line which are there to support children and allow the child to talk with confidence knowing help and support is at hand.
How does it reflect the scope and purpose of the sector Nursery A nursery tends to be for working families as they take children from six months till five years and run sessions between 7am and 6pm. They follow the EYFS to ensure that each child has an individual approach to their learning and development. Nurseries will work along the parents to keep a similar routine as home within the setting and all the child’s needs are meet. These settings are Ofsted registered and follow government guidelines. Childminder A child minder is similar to a nursery in that they can offer long hours for working families.
TDA 3.2 Schools and Organisations Criteria 1.1 Summarise entitlement and provision for early years education. There are different types of childcare options available for 0-5 year olds, these include:Sure Start - Giving every child the best possible start in life is an initiative called Sure Start which is government led. They offer a broad range of services focusing on Family Health, Early Years Care and Education and Improved Well Being Programmes to children aged 4 and under. Sure Start makes contact with parents as soon as possible in the child's life and can offer support to families who have developmental concerns or other worries about their child. They can also give them support in making referrals for other services.
Assignment 026 Understand How to Safeguard the Well-being of Children and Young People Task A Produce briefing notes or a report for an induction presentation aimed at new workers. The purpose of the presentation is to explain the importance of safeguarding children and young people. The presentation needs to cover the following sections. Section 1 The main current legislation, guidelines, policies and procedures within own UK Home Nation for safeguarding children and young people. In England the main current legislations and guidelines that apply are: United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child, Statutory Framework for the Early Years Foundation Stage 2008, Children Act 1989, Children Act 2004,Working Together to Safeguard Children 2010, Protection of Children Act 1999,Police Act 1997.
The use of the term child or children refers to people under the Chronological age of 18 years. Sense policy (OSG 11) this is directly linked to Sense policy. Staff that are working with young people and children under go an Enhanced CRB AND PoCA checks before commencing any direct work involving children. Sense ensures that all Care Practices adhere in accordance with: • The Children’s Act 1989 and 2004 • Safeguarding Vulnerable Group’s act 2006. Staff can access information and support through the department of Health and Local council’s websites also C.Q.C or N.S.P.C.C and save the children.
E1 Children Act 1989 The Children Act 1989, was implemented on 14 October 1991, it Introduced comprehensive changes to legislation in England and Wales affecting the welfare of children. It is concerned with families, fostering, child-minding, and day care provision and schools. The Children act 1989 is particularly important because it emphasises the importance of putting the child first. From reading the act I found that in summary, the Act states that: * What is best for the child must always be the first consideration. * Whenever possible children should be brought up by their own family.