Support Children to Achieve Their Learning Potential

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UNIT 27 (CYPOP13)

Support children and young people to achieve their learning potential

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Activity 1
(1.1, 1.2)
a) Look up the legislation that affects children or young people’s access to education and learning opportunities. Explain the main points in your own words.

Children’s act 2004 - Every Child Matters – Children, as well as being kept safe from harm should also be able to achieve their educational needs.

Education act 2006 - The act imposes various minimum standards for independent schools in areas such as health and safety and have a duty to safeguard and promote the welfare of pupils.

Equality act 2010 – Allows children regardless of race, sexual orientation and disability to have access to some form of education.

Education and Inspections Act 2006 - This Act gave schools and local authority’s responsibilities with regard to bullying. It gives responsibility for schools to encourage good behavior and respect for others and in particular preventing all forms of bullying among pupils.

Education and Inspections Act 2006 - gave schools new duties. Starting in 2007 schools were given the duty to promote community cohesion, to make the transition form the community to school a safe one.

b) How have policies influenced access to learning opportunities for children and young people?

These individually assist in binging together legislation, policy & guidance to inform and influence the daily practice of a registered childcare establishment, setting out the requirements for a provider's operational policies and procedures. The child has the opportunities to take an active part in shaping the way they receive education and the running of local and national organisations. They have a right to be involved in the decisions that affect them. This is promoted in law, policy and guidance such as Every Child Matters, the Children Act 2004Children’s Trusts and inspections. Their participation is essential in order to achieve change and to improve the way they live. The policy and procedures and services that we provide and ensure the best outcomes for the child as set out in Every Child Matters: being healthy; staying safe; enjoying and achieving; making a positive contribution; and economic wellbeing.

Activity 2
(2.1, 2.2) COVERED REF 1E
a) How can you encourage a child or young person to recognise how their interest’s talents and abilities can help them achieve their aspirations? b) Describe how you have worked with a child or young person to help them see how they can build on their interests, talents and abilities.

Activity 3
(3.1, 3.2, 3.3, 3.4, 3.5)
a) How do you work with children or young people to set and monitor progress towards goals and targets?

At the Warren we have Personal Education Plans (PEP) for each of the young people, the child will be involved along with the Warren, the Childs social worker and teachers. The plans are devised to set education goals for the child that suite their current needs. The warren will monitor the progress day to day against what was set out in the PEP and liaise with other professionals to update and seek guidance. At a follow up PEP the warren and attending professionals will look back at the goals set and assess where progress has been made and set new goals if applicable.

b) How do you support children or young people to carry out learning activities?

At the warren we work to empower the young people to take a positive ownership of their lives and the ways in which they can further themselves. We will encourage the child to be involved in activities that promote self-esteem self- confidence and assertiveness but also educate and get the child to think and challenge themselves to help the child to gain a sense of control about what choices they can make and how they can improve their...
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