E1. Statutory sector is where the government funds to provide education and care for children; this would be like most schools in my area. Flax Bourton Primary and Backwell juniors are funded by the government to educate and care for young children. Voluntary sector is the individual volunteer which fund by raising money for the cause they are representing; also this is where volunteers help with their free time to help educate children. Such as a Youth club, an older child can volunteer to help the adult to watch the younger youths hang or play. Another example would be volunteering with men-cap or disabled children, such as the work I do, I volunteer my own time to educate and have fun with younger or older children than myself. A Private sector would be a private school funded through fees and run as a business. An example of this would be the Downs School, which is a private boarding school. Other examples would be other private schools. The private sector is that part of the economy, sometimes referred to as the citizen sector, which is run by private individuals or groups, usually as a means of enterprise for profit, and is not controlled by the state. These are things like workforces. The voluntary sector or community sector (non-profit) is the base of social activity undertaken by organizations that are not for profit and non-governmental. This focuses on environment, education and social services. The statutory sector involves all the organisations that are set up, controlled and funded by the government, for example public school and NHS hospitals.
E2. Statutory sector supports children and families by educating the children to his or her precise expertise. It also gives advice to parents, so together the teachers and parents can build the child’s life as he/she grows. The voluntary sector is very similar but with the help from volunteers. This is also instructed by the government, but it has more free rein. Voluntary work has two main head and is followed out by each individual worker. From this you can hire volunteers and allow them to bond with other children like them but with a disability, my referral to this is the volunteering I do with men-cap children. You start as a volunteer and work your way up. It’s funded by us volunteers as without us there wouldn’t be a summer holiday play scheme for disabled or autistic children. Private sectors are funded through fees and run as a simple business; Private schools are funded through fees from parents paying for their children to get a good education in a private or boarding school. This supports the families as they know that the care by adults will improve their children. This is then used to also support the children as any which need extra special help can get the facilities they need to be educated.
E3. Legislation is the basic rights and needs of an individual child, such as ‘Maslow’s triangle’ which is a child’s Physiological need to their self-actualisation needs. There are many different legislations, such as; ‘Human Rights Act 1998’, ‘Children’s Act 1989 and also 2004’, ‘Equality Act 2010’, ‘Health and Safety at work’, ‘Childcare Act 2006’ and also the ‘United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child 1989’ short for (UNCRC) The one which is the most important is the ‘UNCRC 1989’; this reinforces the importance of human dignity, seeks respect for children, highlights the importance of a family’s role in their children’s lives and endorses non-discrimination. This is made up of many articles.
E4. Principles and values that are underpinned working with children can be identified by the ‘EYFS’, the CASHE Statement of Values, the Foundation Framework for Children Learning for 3 to 7 year-olds in Wales. The principle for EYFS are; A unique Child, Positive Relationships, Enabling Environments, Learning and Development. Each subheading has a separate principle. A Unique child: Every child is a competent learner from birth who can be resilient,...
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