3.2. Demonstrate mentoring strategies and activities with children or youngpeople that support their wellbeing and resilience 4.1. Assess the progress of individual children or youngpeople against their action plans, suggesting improvements 4.2. Evaluate the effectiveness of the mentoring...
choices about their health needs 4.2 Assessanyrisks to or concerns about the health of children and youngpeople 4.3 Support others to recognise and record concerns about a child or young person’s health following agreed procedures 4.4 Work with others to takeaction to address concerns identified...
well-being and maintain public trust in the teaching profession.
• Physical contact - staff should ensure that any contact with children is entirely professionally appropriate.
• Off-site visits - staff must take particular care to ensure that clear boundaries are maintained and full risk...
about their health needs 4.2 Assessanyrisks to or concerns about the health of children and youngpeople 4.3 Support others to recognise and record concerns about a child or young person’s health following agreed procedures 4.4 Work with others to takeaction to address concerns identified about the...
them and their families.
It is important to identify concerns as early as possible so that children,
youngpeople, their families and carers can get the help they need.
As well as ensuring that children and youngpeople are free from harm,
it is equally important to ensure their well-being and...
See attached – Page 18 & 19
1. Write a personal statement explaining how you have supported children or youngpeople to assess and manage risk for them self.
CYP 3.4 AC 3.3, EYMP 3 2.1
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1. Question Explain how you promote children’s...
, ideas, suggestions and concerns
2.4 Provide children and youngpeople with reasons for actions when appropriate
2.5 Encourage children and youngpeople to make choices for themselves
Outcome 3 Support relationships between children and youngpeople
and others in the setting
3.1 Support children...
wellbeing of children and youngpeople and takeappropriateaction.
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...
to the health and wellbeing of children |Anyrisks or concerns would be discussed with the appropriate |
|and youngpeople and takeappropriateaction (unit 18) |professionals in the correct and confidential manner, a plan of action...
and psychological health
• factors that might pose a risk to their health and
5 you assess and takeappropriateaction to deal with and
manage potential risks
6 you encourage children and youngpeople to use
available resources of help, support and information
Support others to recognise and record concerns
about a child or young person’s health following
Work with others to takeaction to address
concerns identified about the health of children and
agencies. Any parents with concerns over a child are directed to this staff member who can then take the action needed to investigate further.
* Every Child Matters
This is a government agenda which sets out five major outcomes for all children:
1. Be safe
2. Being healthy
decide whether they should takeanyaction to safeguard or promote the child’s welfare. This means that the local authority has a duty to investigate and a duty to protect children and youngpeople.
* Under section 31(9) of The Children’s Act 1989 as amended by the Adoption and Children Act...
and organisational health, safety and risk management policies, procedures and practices relevant to their work.
2.3 Explain the actions to take when health, safety and risk management, procedures and practices are not being complied with.
Answer – If there is ever any doubt that health...
| | | |EACH PROFESSIONAL OR AGENCY WILL HAVE A ROLE OF EXPERTISE SO VUNERABLE CHILDREN AND YOUNGPEOPLE WILL NEED COORDNATED HELP FROM |
| | | |HEALTH, EDUCATION, CHILD AND SOCIAL CARE AND OTHER SECTORS...
systematically gathering information from a range of sources improve identification of children and youngpeople in need or at risk of harm. See Standard 3
7. Disabled Children7.1 Disabled children are at increased risk of being abused; the presence of multiple disabilities appears to increase the risk...
early, assess those needs holistically, deliver coordinated services and review progress. The CAF is designed to be used when:
* a practitioner is worried about how well a child or young person is progressing (e.g. concerns about their health, development, welfare, behaviour, progress in learning or...
1. Assess and manage the level of risk in play areas through supervision or design;
2. Help children to make a realistic assessment of their abilities to avoid them being under- or over-confident;
3. Take precautions to reduce the severity of injuries if children make inaccurate...
, safeguarding policies, pass on information to relevant people, promote well-being, keep updated on training to develop your skills and improve your knowledge, raise anyconcerns to relevant people
1.4 Explain how current health & safety legislation, policies & procedures are implemented in own...
* what you have found. As children are unaware that they are beingassess,
* they are often more relaxed, this means that you can get a true picture of
* which development stage the child is at. It is important to report anyconcerns
* immediately to the class teacher, so...