Listen and respect: what the child or young person is saying and their point of view 3. Support and reassure: that they did the right thing in telling, how everyone wants the best outcome for them to be happy and safe. 4. Agree not to keep secrets / do not promise confidentiality 5. Clarify/repeat what has been said: without over questioning or using questions that lead.
The best friend is someone who is always with you, encourages, and listens to you when you have any kind of problems. Also, you can trust and rely on them in many different situations. The best friend knows everything about you and is only the one who supports you. They are responsible, kind, impartial, and nice people. Bestfriends never forget about your birthday or other important events in your life, unlike fake friends.
Help him feel safe and accepted and he will be attracted to you. Help him feel competent through doing with you, and he will follow your lead forever. You don’t need expensive therapists, extensive training, or hours and hours of private therapy. Just you and you child, doing together, and growing together. Teach by showing and “doing with”, rather than “telling”; instructing.
Competency Goal Statement lll Goal: To support social and emotional development and to provide positive guidance To support social and emotional development and provide positive guidance, I supply all children with an emotionally and physically safe and secure environment in which they will thrive, being able to develop their own sense of self. I do this by smiling and greeting all children and their parents each and every morning. I always address each child by his or her name. I make sure every child gets some one on one attention when I can express appropriate physical touch and enjoyment in them being in my classroom. I get to know each child, establish relationships with parents, and support their strengths as well as their
Children and young people should always be offered the same opportunities as their peers and should always be respected. Children and young people should never be discriminated of treated different because of their sex, color, race, sexuality, reilious beilefs or background. The wider consent also includes making relations with parents and children. Having a relation with parents can make staff member jobs easier and they can give information to the staff members about the child on a daily basis. They can also tell staff members of any concerns they have of the child and with support can hopefully resolves these concerns.
When talking or listening to children, always maintain eye contact, concentrate on what the child is saying and physically lower yourself to the child’s level. Children always imitate adults’ behaviour, by being a good role model: polite, honest, fair and respectful to children, there is more chance that they will act the same towards you and other adults Fairness allows a child to explain their version of events; however it is important to be consistent in situations, for example, if two children break the same rule it would be unfair to punish one and not the other, this would result in lack of respect from the children. With adults, you can communicate using more complex language. It is important for them to feel comfortable with you, since you are working closely with them. You have to be caring, respect them, be polite, give all the support they need, listen to their views, ask questions on a need to know basis and always try to handle disagreements with adults in a way that will maintain a positive relationship.
• Adapting your own behaviour to the child’s preference 1.3 Evaluate own effectiveness in building relationships with children or young people. 1= always 2= sometimes 3=never I welcome children warmly into the setting, every single day – 1 I pay attention and listen actively when children communicate with me – 1 I use facial expressions and body language to show that I am interested in children and what they doing – 1 I am consistent and fair in my dealings with all children – 1 I show respect for children’s own ideas and allow them to make decisions – 2 I keep promises I make to children and follow through on my commitments - 2 Be able to build positive relationships with people involved in the care of children and young people. 2.1 Explain why positive relationships with people involved in the care of children and young people are important. • The individual needs of children can be met. • Information can be shared more easily including ideas and skills with one another also parents can be kept informed about daily routines, activities and achievements • Will
3) Communication. Stop and take time to listen to all children and young people that you are involved with. Go down to the child's level so they do not feel intimidated by you towering over them. Remember to always praise their efforts however small they may seem. Give positive encouragement, always using positive words rather than negative.
* I ensure I am smiling, approachable and friendly * I am consistently giving praise * I am fair with all the children, this ensures no competition for my attention & is equally shared out. * I show interest in the children, find out about them, their interests, families, pets etc CYPCore35-1.3 Evaluate own effectiveness in building relationships with children or young people. How effective are you at building relationships with the children in your care, how do you know. How would the relationship be with the children if you were not able to build effective
I think the founding principle for my moral code is the Principle of Truth Telling and Honesty that the textbook discusses on pages 149 and 150. I believe every human being should be 100 % honest and forthcoming even if it causes temporary discomfort and pain for another human being(s). This means always refraining from lying, cheating and stealing even if it may personally benefit you, your friends, your co-workers or loved ones and family members. Being honest with yourself and others makes you a trustworthy person. Honesty breeds self-respect and garners the respect of others which allows you to live life with a clear conscience because you know you are striving for utmost integrity at all times under all circumstances.