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Children and young people

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By Aimee Askham

CONTENTS:
The 5 outcomes: pages 1-2
Services available for your child page 2
Decisions that affect your child’s life pages 3
Supporting decisions page 5

THE FIVE OUTCOMES:
BE HEALTHY
STAY SAFE
ENJOY AND ACHIEVE
MAKE A POSITIVE CONTRIBUTION
ACHIEVE ECONOMIC WELL-BEING
How do practitioners promote these to my child?
All practitioners have a duty to promote these 5 ECM (every child matters) outcomes and to support your child or young person to achieve them. Here is how they do it Be healthy. Practitioners promote this by always having healthy snacks and lunch and only offering milk or water as a drink unless you ask differently! They also promote healthy eating by allowing the children to play with and examine all the different healthy foods and having bright colourful posters up all around the building about being healthy. Stay safe. This is promoted by safeguarding. All staff are trained to notice things that might not be quite right and then will do everything they can to make it right. Enjoy and achieve, this is promoted by setting standards for the learning, development and care young children receive whilst in the setting, every child must make progress and no child is to be left behind. Making a positive contribution, practitioners promote this by ensuring every child is feeling confident and secure enough to be showing their work off and to be happy enough with the way their life is going. Achieve economic well-being

We ensure every child has the same opportunities as another, we also ensure every child has access to transport and other materials they may need.
Services available for 0-16 year olds
Youth clubs
Baby and toddler groups
Family groups
Schools
Play centres
Brownies
Scouts
Cubs
Swimming pools
Libraries
Sure start
Out of school clubs
Parks

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