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Page 21 - Bibliography
Young children at the age of 3 and 4 are all entitled to 15 hours a week early years education of 38 weeks of the year, under every Child Matters Agenda and Childcare Act 2006, this can be spread over 2 to 5 days. The government sets money aside to enable children to get 2 years free education before they reach school age.
The early year’s curriculum enables children to learn through play with formal lessons not starting until they reach key stage 1 at 5 …show more content…
There’s the Data Protection Act 1998, in relation to schools it means that only the school can store and use the information for the purpose with which it was collected. The storing of the information needs to be protected from those without the authority to see it, information about the pupils must be kept in school and must not be taken off the premises. The UN Convention on Rights of the Child 1989 (UNCRC) was amended in the UK in 1991. Within this legislation there are 54 articles only some of which directly related to schools. These are: Reference 5.
Article 2 – children have the right to protection from any form of discrimination.
Article 3 – the best interests of the child are the primary consideration.
Article 12 – children are entitled to express their views, which should be given consideration in keeping with the child’s age and maturity.
Article 13 – children have a right to receive and share information as long as that information is not damaging to others.
Article 14 – children have a right to freedom of religion, although they should also be free to examine their beliefs.
Article 28 – all children have an equal right to