Cyp 3.6 Working Together for the Benefit of Child and Young People

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CYP Core 3.6 Working together for the benefit of children and young people 1.1 Explain the importance of multi-agency working and integrated working. As a childcare practitioner it is important that I am able to recognise when a child in their early years may have a range of learning needs. To be able to understand the way I need to work with others to ensure that the learning plan that is in place for this child has a positive impact on their health, development and learning. To ensure I am offering an inclusive practice where the child is supported and feels valued and is helping them towards achieving the Five Outcomes of The Every Child Matters Framework. Different professionals working together will help to improve the outcomes for a child within their learning and development as they offer support and guidance to the child and their family. Their development assessments can be updated through the sharing of records such as observations amongst the identified professionals who are able to support the child throughout the Early Years Foundation Stage and to help them towards achieving their full potential. 1.2 Analyse how integrated working practices and multi agency working in partnership delivers better outcomes for children and young people. Children have a greater chance of their outcomes becoming positive if all the professionals working together with the child and their families share information and agree on the way in which they assess, plan and implement for the particular child. The child and their family are also involved in any of the planning which will help them to feel valued and leading to the child hopefully reaching their full potential. All professionals involved must understand the importance on which information could be shared and the importance of confidentiality in line with the Data protection act. If all persons involved in a child’s learning and development work alongside each other effectively, the outcome for that...
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