CYP 3.3 Understand how to safeguard the well-being of children and young people Task 3 links to learning outcome 3
It is vitally important to ensure the safety and protection of children and young people within the work setting, both on and off site. It is also essential to know how to take steps to ensure your own safety and to protect yourself from allegations of misconduct.
3. 1: An explanation of why it is important to ensure children and young people are protected from harm within the work setting Statutory compliance is necessary list some of them and how they impact on practice Rights to the child of the uncrc
Young children at their most vulnerable and cannot articulate what is going on so they need your support
3.2 Look at the policies and procedures below and complete the table to show how each one protects children, young people or the adults that work with them. Policy or procedure
How it protects children, young people or the adults that work with them Whistle-blowing
Protects the people who are reporting the matter and the person being investigated. Maintaining confidentiality by not exposing them and causing confrontation. Behaviour
Sharing concerns and recording or reporting incidents
Working in an open way
3.3 Read the following paragraph and write down your response. Jane is working within a school office. Recently she has noticed some inconsistencies with the school accounts and believes that she has evidence that a member of staff is responsible for creating these inconsistencies for financial gain. What would be the best way for Jane to raise her concerns, while ensuring that she and the person whose practice is being questioned is protected?
3.4 Link the boxes to show how to protect yourself and why it is important to protect children.
3.4 Give an example in detail of how practitioners can take steps...
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