PRINCIPLES OF DEVELOPING RELATIONSHIPS WITH CHILDREN, YOUNG PEOPLE AND ADULTS
EXPLAIN WHY EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATION IS IMPORTANT IN DEVELOPING RELATIONSHIPS WITH CHILDREN, YOUNG PEOPLE AND ADULTS
Communicating effectively with children, young people and adults is very important to enable strong and positive relationships between these groups. Communicating positively with adults, this includes teachers and parents, is an important part in helping build a strong and trusting relationship with each other, therefore opening the lines of communication, both written and verbal, so I can put forward any ideas regarding lesson plans, activities or any concerns I have regarding the child. Developing positive relationships with children and young people will create a happy, calm and safe environment. Children and young people will then feel able to approach me and talk about any concerns they may be having that could affect their learning or social skills. It is important to listen and use positive language when communicating, this can include eye contact, nodding and showing interest. Knowing the child’s care goals and any IEP's will help identify the needs of the child.
EXPLAIN THE PRINCIPLE OF RELATIONSHIP BUILDING WITH CHILDREN, YOUNG PEOPLE AND ADULTS
The principles of relationship building are built on mutual respect, willingness to listen to each other and trust. There needs to be clear and effective communication which includes positive body language and consideration between each other. Always remember everyone is different in their beliefs, values and religion. Use diversity positively.
EXPLAIN HOW DIFFERENT SOCIAL, PROFESSIONAL AND CULTERAL CONTEXTS MAY AFFECT RELATIONSHIPS AND THE WAY PEOPLE COMMUNICATE
Different social, professional and cultural contexts may affect relationships and the way people communicate because of a lack of understanding of one anothers background and culture. When communicating with