The united nations convention on the rights of children (1989) is a very important piece of legislation that helps tell everyone what the rights of children/young people are, although it is important it is not apart of the uk law.
The children’s act (2004) is the piece of legislation that...
different laws and policies which ensures that every child is living in a safe environment. Policies and procedures for safeguarding the welfare of children and young people are:
The Children’s Act 2004- This act was amended in 1989 it has set of goals in relation to safety of children. The purpose if this...
and Wales, surrounding the welfare of children. This was to ensure that the welfare of the child is paramount and the act identifies the responsibility of the parents and of all those who work with children to ensure the safety of the child.
The main outcomes were:
To achieve a balance between...
Listen to the child when he or she speaks to you. Ask them questions. As adults we will encourage the children to develop their verbal skills. Let them know that their ideas and views are important. This will also keep the line of communication open between adult and child. This is very important because then...
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Outcome 1 – Understand the main legislation, guidelines...
England and Wales surround the welfare of all children. The act identifies the responsibility of parents and others who work closely with children to ensure the safety of the child. The main aims were to:
Achieve the balance between protecting children and the parents right to challenge state intervention
are as follows;
SAFEGUARDING (Local safeguarding Children Board, Children’s Act 1989, Protection of Children’s Act 1999, The Children’s Act (every child matters 2004) and Safeguarding Vulnerable Group’s Act 2006), Data Protection Act (1998)
INFORMATION AND COMPLAINTS
SPECIFIC LEGAL REQUIREMENTS OF...
you to demonstrate your knowledge and understanding of how to safeguard the wellbeing of children and young people and the assignment is designed to ensure that by completing all tasks, you will meet the Learning Outcomes and assessment criteria for unit 025, Understand How to Safeguard the Well-being...
1.1 Explain how legislation, frameworks, codes of practice and policies relating to positive behaviour support are applied to own working practice.
Children Act 1989
The Children’s Act 1989 was brought into force in order to ensure that the welfare of every child is paramount and their...
convention on the rights of the child 1989, which ensures that children are safe and looked after.
Children act 1989, parents and professionals must work together to ensure the safety of the child.
The education act 2002, this sets out the responsibilities to ensure that children are safe and free...
growing up in circumstances consistent with the provision of safe and effective care.
• And Undertaking that role so as to enable those children to have optimum life chances and to enter adulthood successfully.
Working Together to Safeguard Children (2010) sets out very clearly the principles of practice...
affectingthe safeguarding of children and young people
Children’s Act 1989: the school have to refer the children and provide information to the police of any criminal proceedings that may take place under child protection issues.
Data Protection Act 1998: Responsible organisations hold personal information...
country. They provide service, advice, support, campaigning and education activities for children. The NSPCC's local services will concentrate on important issues and groups of children most at risk:
• those who experience neglect
• physical abuse in high-risk families (those families with violent adults...
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Guidelines, Policies and Procedures for Safeguarding Children & Young People.
Child protection legislation can be separated into two main categories Criminal Law and Civil Law.
Criminal Law covers people that have offended or may be at risk of offending in the future.
Civil Law is split into Public...
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an explanation of child protection within the wider concept of safeguarding children and young people
Safeguarding is the broad term which includes everything we do in our setting to ensure the young people are kept safe and healthy. It entails combining...
authorities, restructure the framework of the courts regarding family proceedings and redefine the concept of parental responsibility.
2. The Every Child Matters guidelines with its 5 outcomes: be healthy, stay safe, enjoy and achieve, make a positive contribution, achieve economic well-being.
people are -
Working together to Safeguard Children 2006 - This sets out the duties of organisations, and shows better ways in which they should work and communicate together to safe guard children and young people.
Children Act 1989 - the main aims of this act are to achieve a better balance between...
A. Explain the importance of safeguarding children and young people. It is important to Safeguard children and young people because it ensures children’s welfare are protected without this protection their future could negatively be affected. Safeguarding ensures children are protected from abuse and...
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