CACHE Level 3 Diploma for the Children’s and young people’s workforce Worksheet CYP Core 3.2 Assessment criteria 2.3
1) Explain what a person-centred approach is, and why it is important? (Include at least one referenced quotation from your research) ‘An important part of this theory is that in a particular psychological environment, the fulfilment of personal potentials includes sociability, the need to be with other human beings and a desire to know and be known by other people. It also includes being open to experience, being trusting and trustworthy, being curious about the world, being creative and compassionate.’ (British Association of Person Centred Approach, no date) This quote from the BAPCA website states the main part of the person-centred approach. It helps people with empowerment of their own lives and to be the best that they can be. It can support children and their parents/carers/guardians in order to thrive in life and at school. Person centred approach will ensure that the questions that are asked by professionals are always going to listen to your answers. ‘The Child Centred Approach promotes the right of the child to choose, make connections and communicate. It allows freedom for children to think, experience, explore, question and search for answers. It presents a creative celebration of children's work.’ This quote from a nursery website states what centred approach is and how children benefit from it. All children have a large number of rights that professionals have to respect. Providing activities that children have the freedom over to do and explore within that activity reinforces the person-centred approach. A setting that uses the person centred approach can focus on one child at a time by making notes on what their individual interests are and help them to do their best. By doing this you can help with a child’s overall progress at school/setting.
2) Jen has noticed that Robert, who is three years old, has not...
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