The study showed that parental mediation is important for children to learn pro-social behaviour because they help the children to understand the moral message behind the pro-social programmes which allow and made the children more pro-social in their actions and behaviours. On the other hand, there are
provided and maybe a play shop area or a wendy house. It is also important that self worth is promoted to create a positive enviroment this can be done by encouraging all positive bahvioursa and praising acheivments no matter how big or small , displaying childrens work so that parents , carers and other children can see and always letting the children know how important they are. 1.2 Identify regulatory requirments that underpin a
1.1 Explain why positive relationships with children and young people are important and how these are built and maintained. When working with children and young people it is important for them to feel relaxed within the environment and the people they come in to contact with; this promotes a child’s ability and enables positive development. We are required within our job to build relationships rather quickly while maintaining the professional boundaries. Children and young people who have a positive relationship with a practitioner are more likely to display positive behaviour, and have confidence enabling them to communicate successfully. When children who are in a nursery setting feel comfortable with staff it becomes easier for them to separate with their parents and engage in activities and play.
It lays out what we expect from the parents and what we will give back to them. The Dealing with bullying policy sets out our aims as a school and strategies for dealing with bullying so as to show parents that we will not tolerate it and that we as a school strive to provide a happy and friendly environment with the visions and values that promote positive behaviour and in so doing creating a place in which children and young people are able to learn. 1.2 Our Good behaviour for learning policy states that good teaching and learning are crucial to good behaviour and as a school we pride ourselves in encouraging and inspiring our children to succeed, our Dealing with bullying policy talks about our school curriculum being based around the five outcomes of ECM (Every Child Matters). Both policies are crucial in helping children and young people to: a) Feel safe…by allowing them to know that bullying is taken seriously and not tolerated as stated in the Dealing with bullying policy, it also reassures them that they will be listened to and acted upon. The Good behaviour for learning policy explains what appropriate action will be taken according to each case.
CYPCore35 CYPCore35-1.1 Explain why positive relationships with children and young people are important and how these are built and maintained. Positive relationships are built and maintained e.g. : Why positive relationship are important: * Children become strong & independent through positive relationships * Very aware of adults attitudes and perceptive if they are liked & valued * Any negativity is immediately picked up by children * Rejection can follow them into adulthood and breed negativity and low self esteem * How they are built & maintained: * Being warm and approachable * Giving praise • communicating effectively • being consistent and fair * keeping promises and honouring commitments * mutual respect Why is it important for you to build positive relationships with the children in your care, explain to me how you build and maintain these? In your writing please provide at least five bullet point examples. * To get the best out of them * To then be able to encourage them to strive to be their best.
Teach children to care for and support each other during stressful times.�This step speaks for itself. If a child says 菟ﾟlease can I have my toy back�you teach the children to be respectful and actually giving it back. The child is asking politely, and should be rewarded by his peer by getting the possession back; he is done sharing for now. If a child has to step aside to calm down, teach children to leave that child alone, not to
Unit 5 Develop Positive Relationships with Children, Young People and others involved in Their Care 5.1.1 Explain why positive relationships with children and young people are important and how these are built and maintained Positive relationships with the children and young people with whom we work is important because relationships between carers and children can have a profound effect on the child and greatly enhance a childs learning and development whereas a negative relationship would likely have the opposite effect on the child. Positive relationships with children help to create a comfortable, safe, secure and hopefully happy environment for a child thus enabling the child to separate more easily from parents, behave better in the setting, develop appropriately and learn through active participation in play activities as they are likely to feel emotionally secure with the adults around them. The positive relationship also gives the care workers a better understanding of the child and aids planning and development of the child for the professional. Building and maintaining effective relationships is something people learn to do naturally and it involves effective communication with the child which is differs depending on the age of a child so for example a baby recognises communication in a tangible sense, holding, cuddling, stroking the baby’s cheek, from this the baby knows you are there and are caring for them. A teenager would need a different approach, for example simply chatting to them about their likes and dislikes, this shows them that you are interested in them as an individual.
It can provide guidance to staff when dealing with inappropriate behaviour presented by a child/young person. It states how to encourage positive behaviour, the importance of being fair and consistent, I feel it is very important that all staff are consistent and apply the rules, rewards and consequences in the same way. Children’s behaviour must be managed effectively and in a manner appropriate for their stage of development and particular needs. Each school or setting should have a named person that deals with behaviour management. I feel it is important to remain professional and not label children as ‘Naughty’ instead we should be choosing to say words such as ‘un-acceptable or
This shows that your brain helps with emotional intelligence and emotions play a critical part in teaching and learning. When working with children you need to make sure that the setting is emotionally positive and supportive workplaces for all learners. Daniel Goldman believed that the environment that children work in should be made safe and secure, rich in sensory stimuli, able to meet the needs of learners, conduct a positive relationship, promote self-esteem and an environment that is free from negative stressors such as hunger, thirst and threat etc. Daniel Goldman also believed that it is important not to neglect the emotional life of young children. Feelings, self-awareness, life skills, co9nflict, management, and self-esteem are critically important.
These behavior interventions help the student control their own behavior and increase their self-esteem which plays a huge part in reducing the signs of ADD or ADHD. Therefore, if a child has proper nutrition and is being rewarded and punished for their behavior, the only other necessary part of the treatment is