Purpose: to record learner evidence against a range of assessment methods
Learner Name| Corin Frame|
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Assessment Method Direct Observation| | | Learner’s Plans / Records| | Professional Discussion| | | Recognition of Prior Learning| | Reflection on own practice| | | Other (please state)| | Expert witness evidence| | | | |
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Recording of Evidence| Unit| AssessmentCriteria|
The duty of care is a requirement that a person act toward children in their care with watchfulness and attention. To have a duty of care in child care means to keep children and young people safe and to protect them from sexual, physical and emotional harm.Children have a right to be safe and to be treated with respect and dignity. We as practitioners must take reasonable steps to ensure the safety and the well-being of children in our care. Failure to do so could be regarded as professional neglect. We must always act and be seen to act in the child’s best interests. We are in a position of trust and must always listen to children and reassure them about issues which concern them.The duty of care safeguards children in the setting by having done risk assessments and precautions taken to avoid accidents and the spreading of infections. Follow the correct procedures if you have any concerns for the child’s well-being, set clear boundaries for children depending on age stage and development and discourage any behaviour, which could result in a child being harmed or upset.Assessments and observations on children can alert you of any problems that may need addressing and discussions with parents and other professionals. Always listen to what children have to say and take any concerns that they may have seriously. In some cases a parent may make a request which may conflict with our duty of care towards their child for example a parent may not want their child to play outdoors,...