This is primary socialisation which is taught mainly by families which teaches the young generation the norms and values. There are many different parts to the society, all of which rely on each other to make up the behaviour of society of which we expect; these include the family, economy and education. Most sociologists believe that family as a very important system, the foundations of which society is built on. Murdock strongly believes this and argues that the family “performs four essential functions to meet the needs of society and its members.” These four essential functions include stable satisfaction of the sex drive, reproduction of the next generation, socialisation of the young and meeting its member’s economic needs. The stable satisfaction of the sex drive means being faithful to one partner and thus stopping social destruction caused by being
Family plays an important role in our emotional, physical and spiritual development since each individual in the family system impacts and is impacted by the others. Family therapy is also imperative for this family it will help the family resolve a specific issue and help address the role that family plays in an individual’s life. Family therapy will help them to understand how their family functions, improve communication skills, make the entire family stronger and identify strengths and weaknesses within the family system and set goals and develop strategies to resolve challenges. (Family Therapy What Is It? 2011) I recommend daycare for the children.
• Foster carers support parents and families who are partners in the care, learning, development and safeguarding of their children, recognising they are the child or young person’s first, and in most situations, their most enduring carers and educators. • Foster carers are integral to the professional team supporting children and young people in public care. Values • The needs, rights and views of the child or young person are at the centre of all practice and provision. • Individuality, difference and diversity are valued and celebrated. • Equality of opportunity and anti-discriminatory practice are actively promoted.
For such multidisciplinary teams to work effectively with commonly shared philosophy, values and ethos must be firmly established (Pugh 2006:147). The EYFS framework makes it clear that multi-agency working is imperative to daily practice. Working alongside professionals allows a deeper understanding of children providing them with better learning and care opportunities; this is particularly important for children with special educational needs. It is only through functioning together those working with children can provide a coherent service that generally meets the child’s and family needs (Effective practice: Multi-agency Working 2007). However for services to interlink with each other good relationships are key to success which generally takes time and resources to set up.
EYMP 1 Task 2 3.1 As a trainee practitioner i need to show the knowledge and understanding of how partnership with parents is important to the success of each individual child in the setting. Promoting an effective bond between the parents and professionals, this provides a source of strength throughout their time in the setting. Consequently practitioners should be very aware that there leading role is very different in the Childs life, compared to their own parents, carers etc. Practitioners roll is to be able to show a more compassionate bond with the child. Leading on Carolyn Meggitt also believed that “Practitioners need to develop constant, warm and affectionate relationships with children, especially babies, but should not seek to
Unit 7 Assignment Work in partnership in Health and Social Care of Children and Young People’s settings. Question 1 1.1 The features of effective partnership working begin with the knowing that it is everyone’s responsibility for partnership working in order for it to be successful. The benefits of working in partnership are enormous allowing families to share information about their children’s development or learning and supporting those children with particular needs to receive support. Colleagues, professionals and others must be active in working alongside, sharing expertise, knowledge and a common purpose to improve the lives of individuals in their care. Respecting each other’s skills and contributions enables everyone working together share their expertise, recognise and utilise the strengths of all involved.
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
• Achieve economic well being. At the same time, there is a parallel stress on the need to support families by facilitating early (voluntary) rather than later (compulsory) interventions: Every child needs – and deserves – the best possible start to life. And this is what almost all receive, from their parents and from family and friends, who encourage them, support them and do all they can to help them fulfil their potential. (NCSC, 2004)117 Such services also attract a set of principles to ensure the translation of this value position into practice reality. This is exemplified by the government’s statement of principles for Sure Start: 1.
The influences that repeatedly are being applied are examples such as partnership with parents. This is something within my setting that we are constantly trying to improve. We believe to have effective working partnership with parents and carers it provides the best care for the child, enabling them to learn and develop. McMillan was not the only pioneer who was a firm believer of this other examples include Froebel and Issacs. Wolfendale acknowledges that “the value of partnership with parents has been recognized since it was stated in the plowden report (1967) that by involving parents the children may be helped and the fact that many settings now routinely work closer with parents.” Brudenell, Kay (2008, p274) I believe as time goes on the Ideologies and theories will continue to be put into our practice within working settings.
There are so many intricacies involved in the process; nevertheless, people are the most important element in creating justice for all, regardless of social status, color of skin, English language barriers, and cultural background (Theoharis, 2009). My major focus as a SJL is to empower and cultivate in my DACC colleagues in the advising center a passion for our students. A deep understanding of our students needs is essential in order to cooperate, and work together with a heartfelt passion to build a strong community college that practices equity and accessibility. By building strong relationships with our students and their families we can create a climate of belonging. This framework was provided in chapter I by Theoharis (2009), and is essential in sifting out bad practices, attitudes, established rules and guidelines, racism, and discrimination.