This in turn will affect their learning and ability to interact. This results in children eventually stop wanting to come to school as it’s not a happy safe place for them to be. It can also cause problems at home as they are unable to say what’s wrong and can act out at home. This continues with a child believing what they hear, that they are no good, they do look different, what’s the point , and feeling as if they have nowhere to
They can quickly fall behind from peers of the same age. They may find it difficult to interact and make friends with others who are more advanced. They may struggle with intellectual development memory and concentration. Delayed speech development A child who has limited or no speech could be a cause great concern. 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.
Discrimination and prejudice can have a long term impact on any child. They will start to withdraw socially and physical or behavioural problems may occur. If a child has been discriminated against they will feel like they are not valued or worthy and begin to lose confidence in themselves and as a result relationships
And some young people and children may be abused or exploited so, they need to look after away from their families. The reasons are as follows: 1) Bereavement: most look after children will have experienced so many disruptions in their lives. This may include painful experiences such as family bereavement. As a result the children’s education may become affected and they may be below their expected class average. This will have caused from poor concentration, the child may also need specific help in their work and class before any sort of progress can be made.
Describe the different transitions children and young people may experience. • Start Nursery: Starting nursery is very daunting for some children. They may not have been left by their parents or carers before and some children will show real distress. Children show distress at being separated from their carer by crying and refusing to join in with activities. • Change of school: Changing school is more likely to affect children’s feelings and emotional development.
Social factors – An example of a possible social factor could be a young person having to deal with the separation of their parents. The young person being brought up in this setting living with one parent and visiting the other parent in a new home may have a negative impact on a child emotionally. This separation from having both parents around you in the same home to having only one parent in the family home can cause a child to feel very upset and alone during this transition. This will also cause a lot of confusion, insecurities including lack of trust to adults around them and becoming afraid of caring for adults in and around their family homes. Another example could be the young person offending or being involved in anti social behaviour.
1:2 Describe with examples how different aspects of development can affect one another. Example 1: Separation/Divorce When a couple is getting divorce or separated with young children this can affect their behaviour patterns for example by getting into trouble with police or in school which will give them the attention they need while they may not be getting as much with the parents concentrating on their situation. This can cause various things in the child such as not eating due to the stress and anxiety caused by what will happen to their family home due to moving to new school or just being in a single parent family which can be a big change. It can be much more of a factor for a young person when it becomes general knowledge in their friendship circle. Other disadvantages from this situation can be that sometimes a single parent can’t afford expensive holidays which would make the child feel left out when they are talking about events when after coming back from their holidays and are asked to write or tell about what happened during the school holidays.
Describe, with examples, how transitions may affect children and young people’s behaviour and development • A 13 year old whose parents are divorcing May show aggression and anger, often acting in a rebellious manner, and could take their anger out on their parents. They may not respond to discipline. They could feel guilty, believing they are be the cause of the separation. They may become more independent, not wanting to be part of the new way of life. They might have difficulty sleeping, which will have a detrimental effect on their learning.
Children’s belief may cause them emotional conflict when they want to participate in some physical activities which go against their family’s wishes or religious beliefs. Having a new step-family is a big change for some children, this may affect their emotional development, as they may feel as if there mother/father is replacing each other.Coming from a low income family may a significant effect on a child’s development. Children who came from deprived backgrounds are less likely to thrive and achieve well in a school. Family may not be able to afford to pay for extra activities such as swimming lessons or dance lessons, this could an affect child’s physical development.Having numerous siblings can have an impact on children development. Children may feel frustrated with lack of attention.
It will also cause stress for the students because they will have a hard time learning there subject. With the increase of stress students grades Drop and some people would say they would become unreasonable adult figures when they grow up. Instead I propose that students should come after school and learn the subject