1.1 identify the currant legistation,guidelines,policies,and procedures for safeguarding the welfare of children and young people including e-safety
e safety is teaching children and young people about the dangers of using the internet just the same as teaching them about road safety.it is very important to teach them about the dangers of the internet when using computers. Schools must develop a range of policies which ensure the safety and wellbeing of their pupils these will set out the responsibilities of staff and the procedures that they must follow. Policies may be separate or incorporated in to one health and safety policy, but they must include sections which cover the following issues off
. Safeguarding and protecting and procedures for reporting
. e safety
. Bullying, including cyber-bullying
1.2 describe the roles of different agencies involved in safeguarding agencies involved in safeguarding the welfare of children and young people CPIU-child protection investigation unit. This unit is run by the police who have the powers to investigate, interview and arrest anyone suspected of abusing a child HEALTH VISITIORS- a health visitor can sometimes be the 1st person to spot abuse especially physical health visitors have a duty of care to refer such information to social services SCHOOL NURSE- a school nurse can sometimes be the 1st person to spot abuse especially physical. School nurse have a duty of care to refer such information to social services THE POLICE the police have the powers to investigate, interview and arrest anyone suspected of abusing a child quite often they will ask the cpiu to investigate directly and also inform social services.
2.1 identify the signs and symptoms of common childhood illnesses These are many symptoms of childhood illnesses and allergies .sneezing, runny nose,headache,irritability,mild temperature suggests a common cold, bed rest and plenty of liquids followed by paracetamol for children Tonsillitis, rashes, chicken pox, coughs runny nose watery eyes white spots in mouth and temperature with blotchy rash suggests measles. Vomiting, diarraeah, suggests gastroenteritis, bed rest and plenty of fluids Swelling between the ear and the jaw suggests mumps which is a virus which can be spreaded by sneezing coughing and sharing food or drink 2.2 describe the actions to take when children or young people are ill or injured As a teaching or learning support assistant you will often work closely with individual children you are therefore likely to notice when they are unwell and may be incubating an illness. This can take place over a period of days you may notice these symptoms (Looks pale) (Has dark rings around eyes) (Appears more tired or lethargic) (lost appetite) (quiet or irritable) (Looks flushed or has a rash) It is important that you can recognise the signs and symptoms but it is not your role to diagnose or jump to conclusions if children display signs of common illnesses the school will inform their parents so that they can take the child home, older children and young people will be able to describe how they feel if you work with a younger age group or children with communication difficulties they may be unable to tell you their symptoms All schools and nurseries must have at least one qualified first aider it is essential that you know who the named first aider in the school are and how they can be contacted when an accident occurs you must always call for immediate help even if you are a first aider yourself you must find out what has happened so that accurate information can be given when dialling 999.immediate action should be taken as follows (reassure the child) (do not move the child unless it is absolutely necessary) (if children are unconscious they should be put in to recovery position) (keep the child warm for example by placing a coat over them) ( ensure other children in the area are not at risk of being hurt) 2.3 identifiy...
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