An assessment of how own attitudes, values and behaviour could impact on work with children and young people
A description of the importance of promoting anti-discriminatory practice in work with children and young people
A description of how to challenge discrimination
A descriptions of what is meant by inclusion and inclusive practices
Policies and Procedures are put in place to ensure healthy child development and promotion of access to equality. Some factors such as personal attitude & values, promotion of cultural diversity and promotion of anti-discrimination should be considered when following procedures. Others opinions when expressed can have consequences when they are not being prevented. Everyone has morals and values some of these can have an impact on those around you particularly within a school environment. If you are to express opinions or views to those around you, it is likely to have an effect on their opinion. With children and young people they develop opinions and views as part of their child development. Around about 3- 5 years children start to form strong opinions on what they like and dislike. This is also counteracted with adult’s opinions, at the age of 5-7 years at early primary stage their awareness of right and wrong is more prominent this is built by information being processed from those around them. This could mean that teacher’s opinions could affect a child’s opinion. A percentage of teaching can be seen as acting and the same goes for support staff. It is important to leave negativity behind you therefore putting on a smile thus meaning leaving bad behaviour and attitudes behind you. If a member of staff is negative and shows this attitude to others it will also have a negative effect on those around, including children. If a child is spoken to in a positive manner this is more likely...