should remain maintained.
9. Evaluate your owneffectiveness in buildingrelationships with children or youngpeople. CYPC 5.1.3
I have explained above how I build relationships and believe that this works best. I believe that if you rush a child to settle or don’t pay attention to their likes...
within them, and then realise that by having a healthy relationship with a child, it will how they should be in relationships with others. Thus helping their development, and creating a happy setting for that child to be in.
EvaluateownEffectiveness in BuildingRelationship with Children and Young...
, many clinicians defined the family in a narrow, traditional manner usually including parents and children. As the field has evolved, the concept of the family is more commonly defined in terms of strongly supportive, long-term roles and relationships between people who may or may not be related by...
on the child (Grellert et al. 1982). Green (1987) found that 80 percent of children by the age of two were able to correctly identify their gender. About two-thirds of youngchildren understand that they cannot change sex (Green et al. 1987).
There is evidence that hormonal effects on the mother's...
E1/E2 – Five pieces of current legislation and how they influence the working practice in the setting.
Children Act 2004
The child act 2004 set out the national framework for delivering children’s services, and identifies the Every Child Matters five outcomes for children and youngpeople, which...
12. Pastoral Management Series
13. Achieving Positive Behaviour
14. Creative Strategies for School Problems
15. Solution in Schools
50. Positive Behaviour Strategies to
Support Children and YoungPeople
children and youngpeople within own UK home nation.
The current legislations for safeguarding children are:
The United Nations Convention on the rights of the child 1989 (UN 1989) was ratified by the UK on the 16th December 1991. It includes children’s rights to protection from abuse, the right to...
the development and education of youngchildren by enabling their parents to provide for their own children’s needs through community-based groups – though the ways that we do that in the twenty first century may be different from those we used in earlier days. Believing as we do, that parents are...
. My owneffectiveness in buildingrelationships with children or youngpeople is that when you get to know each child individually i feel more comfortable, because i know they feel comfortable due to them knowing me and respecting them. I involve all the children in my activities no matter what the...
Children and youngpeople should have opportunities to:
> build knowledge and understanding of the workplace, what employers may expect of them
And what they should expect from employment
> experience enterprising activities and an enterprising culture
> have access to more specific...
partnership working in which you are involved and evaluate its effectiveness from a young person’s perspective. Taking account of an evidence-based approach, recommend and justify improvements in this area of partnership working.”
WORD COUNT 2747
This paper shall firstly...
to do your job well.
Listening and building empathy
■ Establish rapport and respectful,
trusting relationships with children,
youngpeople, their families and carers.
■ Develop and use effective communication
systems appropriate to the audience.
■ Communicate effectively with
2 you work with others to identify and carry out your own
responsibilities to evaluate the effectiveness of activities
to meet children and young people’s personal support
3 you support children and youngpeople, parents,
families, carers and others to evaluate aspects of your...
6.2 Describe the role of schools in national policies relating to children, youngpeople and families.
As part of the National Governments incentive to help provide backing and encouragement to practitioners in schools, two new funding programmes were introduced by the...
. For example, by showing how children progressively enrich their understanding of things by acting on and reflecting on the effects of their own previous knowledge, they are able to organize their knowledge in increasingly complex structures. Thus, once a young child can consistently and accurately...
begin to think about their own actions, e.g. when something evoked laughter babies tend to repeat it. At the age of two years, children start to interact with other children, but their negativism begins and peaks at an age of two and a half years, because they already fear a separation from their...
smoking programs, health education
preventative medical approaches, eg childhood immunisation, cancer screening
public health approaches, eg health-promoting schools and workplaces
determine the effectiveness of a range of health promotion strategies relevant to youngpeople, eg government...
Understand How to Safeguard the Wellbeing of Children and YoungPeople
1. Understand the main legislation, guidelines, policies and procedures for safeguarding children and youngpeople
1.1 Outline current legislation, guidelines, policies and procedures within own UK Home Nation...
experienced the same things in life.
4.3 Evaluate the effectiveness of positive of relationships on children and young people’s development
All children and youngpeople need strong attachments during their lives. They need consistency, trust and a good bonding with whoever is caring for them...
children or youngpeople to develop self-reliance, self-esteem and
emotional resilience. It is concerned with how practitioners provide an emotional
environment that supports, affirms and values children and youngpeople and
helps them to manage their own feelings and their relationships with others...