Please complete the following questions relating to confidentiality
1. Please summarise the mainpoints of legislation and procedurescoveringconfidentiality, dataprotection and the disclosure of information within your school.
The mainpoints of my schools Confidentiality...
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Section 1 – Understand the key principles of developing positive relationships with children and young people
1.1 Explain why effective...
Understand legislation, policies and procedures for confidentiality and sharing information, including dataprotection.
3.1 Summarise the mainpoints of legislation and procedurescoveringconfidentiality, dataprotection and disclosure of information.
Working within school there are three main pieces...
important in developing positive relationships with children, young people and adults
Children and young people don’t just learn the curriculum at school. They also learn about how to communicate and about positive relationships from the people around them. For this reason it is crucial that we are positive...
context of the
• cognitive abilities
• emotional state
• cultural differences
2.3 Explain the main
children and young
2.4 Explain how to adapt
communication to meet
we must remember the importance of building trust, being understood and being able to express ourselves to others in imparting with the relevant information.
2.2 Explain the principles of relationship building with children, young people and adults.
There are a number of skills required in...
build a wall between you. When you have a positive relationship there is much more understanding and people can be more open and receptive to information. It is important to demonstrate effective communication skills at all times otherwise it may send out conflicting messages and cause confusion...
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people and adults? |
| |The most important factor of relationship building in our school with our adults, children and young people, lies with effective |
| |communication. (See 1.1) Another Extremely important...
* The sending of information (verbally or non-verbally)
* The receiving of information
* The interpretation of information
* The understanding of information.
Communication is the process of sharing information, thoughts and feeling between people through speaking...
* Young People
Communication is the basis of any relationship, without it we could not obtain or relay information to overcome any conflicts or get anything done. To have effective communication we must treat everyone as individuals and adapt accordingly. Not...
have to use short sentences as they can’t handle to much information. When talking to adults I always speak clearly and use positive body language like smiling. I’m always friendly to all member of staff or anyone I come into contact with. The school has an open door policy so parents/carers are always popping...
age or developmental stage of the person they are interacting with. The unit also covers the legislation, policies and procedures concerned with confidentiality, dataprotection and the disclosure of information.
After completing this unit, learners should: 1 2 3 4 know how to interact...
relationship building with children, young people and adults.
In a school environment relationships are being built everyday with different people without giving it a conscious thought. However, there are a few main principles which can be put into place which will encourage a positive relationship...
with children, young people and adults.
Establishing and maintaining a positive relationship with children, young people and adults is vital in a school environment and effective communication is essential to creating such a relationship.
Effective communication is especially important to help children...
1. Outline current legislation, guidelines, policies and procedures within own UK Home Nation affecting the safeguarding of children and young people.
• Working together to safeguard children (2006-2010)
• Children act (2004)
• Education act(2002)
• Disability discrimination act...
effectively which will strengthen the relationship further.
Being professional and by demonstrating positive behaviour with adults and children around school it vital for children to develop appropriate social skills of their own.
I work as part of a small team which has developed over time into a strong...