CYP 3.2-4.2 Explain how institutions, agencies and services can affect children and young people’s development Institutions, agencies and services can influence children’s development. Institutions that effect children and young people’s development: Some institutions that affect a children’s development are: •
Children in need
NSPCC stands for The National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children. The NSPCC was designed to protect children from cruelty. Their aim is to end cruelty to children in the UK. They have 4 main principles, there priority is to protect the children who are most at risk, they learn what is best for the children, the create a leverage for change and they also focus on the areas that are going to make the biggest change. The NSPCC’s local services will concentrate on 7 groups of children; these are the ones that they think are most at risk. These are the children that have experienced neglect before; they are the children that have a high risk of being exposed to physical abuse (these families are the ones that have violet adults, drug and alcohol abuse and mental health issues.) Another group is children that have experienced sexual abuse, children under the age of one, disabled children, children that are black and that come from minority ethnic communities, and looked after children. The NSPCC affect the children in variety of different ways, they make sure the children are safe and looked after. They could affect the children in a major way because it could be the difference of the being looked after or being neglected. It could also be the difference of the child being having a safe and secure future, the future that every child deserves. •
Sure start is government led and its aims are to give the children in the UK the best possible start. It focuses on Early Years Care, Family Care and Education. They promote high quality childcare to...
Please join StudyMode to read the full document