It said how local authority should support children and their families. Part 3 of the Children Act 1989 places a duty on local authorities to promote and Safeguard the welfare of children in need in their area. The Act is underpinned by the following principles: * Paramount: this means the childs welfare is paramount in any decisions which affect them and within this their racial, cultural and linguistic needs be considered. * Parental responsibility: states that parents have a responsibility to care for their child physically, emotionally and morally. * Partnership: professionals and families must work together to ensure the welfare of 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.
This includes every child’s right to an education, and for every child to have their views respected. The legislation includes: • Disability Discrimination Act 1995 This protects the disabled and makes sure that schools provide equal access for all. • Disability Discrimination Act 2005 This says schools must have a Disability Equality Scheme and an Access Plan. They most also encourage participation by all and work against harassment and discrimination. • Special Educational Needs and Disability Act 2001 This states that it is unlawful to discriminate within education.
Also, it was founded because children under the age of 18 require more special care and protection than adults do. This legislation is made up of four key principles. These are: Non-discrimination Best interests of the child Right to life and development Respect views of the child Applying this legislation to my setting promotes equality as it has been set up in order to meet the needs of each individual child within the setting. Also, children will feel valued in school as i treat each child equally and give them support needed to meet their individual needs. Children Act (2004) The Children Act was put in place in order to prevent harm from children and to ensure children are well.
Children have rights , thoughts and opinions and they are valued. Procedures for schools to follow to ensure inclusion and this links into Special Education Needs and the disability act. Codes of practice gives guidance on how to ensure people of different races and treated equally. Protects children against discrimination focus on inclusion and protects children against discrimination. Gives guidance and support to school staff and ensure high quality service and the best practice possible.
The statement is important because it protects children form mistreatment from CASHE students. Maslow’s hierarchy of individual needs prepare children for later in life by developing their personal, social and emotional skills. This supports children by allowing them to carry their skills through life enabling them to be successful in school and at work. This is important as is helps children to live as they want
This was the first official recognition of the parents’ rights regarding their child’s education and SEN education. Human Rights Act 1998- The act aims to protect every person in society and keep society fair, equal and states what everyone’s basic human rights. Data Protection Act 1998- This prevents confidential and personal information being passed on without a person’s consent, in the case of children the consent must be given by the
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.
Local authorities are required to provide services that meet the needs of children who are identified as being at risk. The goal of the 2002 act was to improve the lives of all children who receive informal or professional care. It covers all services that children might use such as school, day care and children's homes. The Convention on the rights of the child (1989) This convention introduced rights for
The main current legislations and guidelines that apply within own UK Home Nation are: • UNCRC 2003 • Statutory Framework for the Early Years Foundation Stage 2008 • Children Act 1989 • Children Act 2004 • Protection of children Act 1999 • Police Act 1997 • Working together to safeguard Children 2010. The United Nations Convention on the rights of the child (UNCRC) states that all children have the right to have their voices heard - weather this is on activities plans or what is happening in their lives, they should be allowed to express all their filings, anger, sadness, happiness, etc. so that they trust to say everything bad that is happening in their lives. Statutory Framework for the Early Years Foundation Stage 2008 sates