immediate action to deal with any bullying, harassment or oppressive behaviour according to the policies and procedures of the setting. | | |
| 5.1 | Demonstrateways of supportingchildren and youngpeople to review their behaviour and the impact of this on others, themselves and their environment...
produce a more comprehensive and therefore a more balanced approach.
3.2 – Demonstrateways of supportingchildren and youngpeople to assess and managerisk for themselves.
The most obvious method of supportingchildren to managerisk is by acting as a role model to the children whereby an adult...
and youngpeople to assess and managerisk
3.1 Outline the importance of taking a balanced approach to risk management
3.2 Demonstrateways of supportingchildren and youngpeople to assess and managerisk for themselves
Outcome 4 Respond to emergency situations
4.1 Recognise and respond to...
vulnerable adults (P1) 86 Lead and manage group living for adults (P3) 89 Understand safeguarding of children and youngpeople (for those working in the adult sector) (P5) 92 Lead person-centred practice (HSCM1) Assess the individual in a health and social care setting (SS 5.1) Develop procedures and...
children or youngpeople in a manner that is open, trustworthy, respectful and reliable 2.3 Demonstrate through own practice ways to encourage and support children or youngpeople to express their feelings, views and hopes 2.4 Explain how to challenge practices that act as barriers to children and...
, harassment or oppressive behaviour according to the policies and procedures of the setting Demonstrateways of supportingchildren and youngpeople to review their behaviour and the impact of this on others, themselves and their environment Demonstrateways of supportingchildren and youngpeople with...
Guided learning hours:
The purpose of this unit is to assess the learner’s knowledge, understanding
and skills required to lead and manage group living for children and youngpeople.
This unit must be assessed in accordance with...
Be able to support children and youngpeople to assess and managerisk
3.1 Outline the importance of taking a balanced approach to risk management 3.2 Demonstrateways of supportingchildren and youngpeople to assess and managerisk for themselves
Be able to respond...
3.2. Encourage children or youngpeople to express their
preferences and aspirations in
their chosen way of
3.3. Demonstrate in own practice
how to work with children or
youngpeople and their
families to assess a child or
young person’s learning, play
or leisure needs...
well being of children and youngpeople and take appropriate action.
Kellyanne would assess whether a child was unwell or at risk in any way and then pass on her concerns to the appropriate person in the setting.
4.4. Explain the importance of informing relevant people when there are concerns about...
power, and how it can be used and abused when
supportingchildren and youngpeople to
manage their lives
the effects of stress and distress
15 working in integrated ways that promote children
and young people’s well-being
16 the responsibilities and limits of your relationships
and safety risk assessments are monitored and reviewed.
3. Understand how to support children and youngpeople to assess and managerisk for themselves.
3.1. Explain why it is important to take a balanced approach to risk management.
3.2. Explain the dilemma between the rights and...
being boring. The will not believe you if you tell them they will fall and hurt themselves and sometimes need to experience it for themselves in order to understand the risk.
3.2 Give examples from your own practice of supportingchildren or youngpeople to
assess and managerisk...
and managed in their own school. Learners will demonstrate how to identify and manage hazards and assessrisk in their own work with children and youngpeople including how to monitor and review health and safety risk assessments. The importance of supportingchildren and youngpeople to assess and...
to the person being supported, to enable them to determine which risk is to be taken and how that is to be managed.
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and involve them accordingly, while
recognising factors that can affect
parenting and increase the risk of
abuse (for example, domestic violence).
COMMON CORE 13
■ Understand that signs of abuse can
be subtle and be expressed in play,
artwork and in the waychildren and
practitioners helping children and youngpeople recognise the risks and dangers around them in the appropriate way.
The dilemma between the rights and choices of children and youngpeople and health and safety requirements.
When children are involved in new activities to progress their development...
people to assess and managerisk.
Education is about asking questions as well as giving answers. Pupils need to be able to identify for themselvesrisk and so have positive learning outcomes. So therefore I have asked pupils the following questions for different scenarios;
-When offsite and on the way...
and other inappropriate behaviour within the classroom.
Acting immediately on any of these situations is essential for the well-being of all children and youngpeople.
5.2 Demonstrateways of supportingchildren and youngpeople with behavioural difficulties to identify and agree behaviour...