Assignment 302 1.2

Satisfactory Essays
Norfolk Adult Education
5329 City and Guilds Level 2 Award in Supporting Teaching and Learning



Norfolk Adult Education
5329 City and Guilds Level 2 Award in Supporting Teaching and Learning



Assessment
Criteria
1.2

Participation and Equality of access for all children and young people is of the up most importance.
All pupils, whatever their needs and abilities have an equal right to education and learning.
There is much legislation, codes of practice and policies ensuring the rights of children and young people. These are:
Disability Discrimination Act 2000
Human Rights Act 1998
Children Act 1989/2004
Equality Act 2010
Every Child Matters promotes 5 aims:
Be healthy
Stay safe
Enjoy and Achieve
Make a positive

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