Effective communication is an essential part of my role, as professionals we need to develop a range of skills to support the children we work with. That is why we need to understand the importance of integrated and multi-agency working. Multi-agency helps to meet the needs of children, their parents or carers, different services, agencies, teams of professionals and other practitioners will work together to provide the services that a child or their family may need. At chapel Street Primary School we offer a variety of services e.g. integrated early education, childcare, community support groups and parent survival courses. Some of these services may include visits to a child’s home or could even have links to training or employment opportunities for families with children under five. In my work setting we help to support working parents by extending the day by combining early education and childcare e.g. breakfast clubs, after school clubs. By offering these clubs different agencies can work together for the benefit of each child. Some children may have a range of needs, and the way that we work together can have a positive impact on their health, development, learning and well-being. In my work setting we respond to the needs of young children and their families in a holistic approach as this is a very important part of the government framework. e.g .ECM Every Child Matters, the five outcomes of ECM is that we should be working together to achieve the best possible outcomes for the children in our care these outcomes are as follows. 1.Be healthy
3.Enjoy and achieve
4.Make a positive contribution
5.Achieve economic well-being
Working together helps to improve the children’s outcomes for both their learning and development. We share records with others agencies so we can support the children who need the extra support with their learning e.g. speech and language therapists or other professionals. In the EYFS guide it states that...