A positive relationship is built by positive interaction and will need to be maintained so the child will feel secure when in the workplace. The child will begin to gain an understanding about the practitioners and peers they have relationships with by the way they respond to their actions. When they do something good, they will be praised and when they do something bad, they will be corrected. This will be learnt and will create an emotional connection between the child and the practitioner.
Consistency and fair judgements are important when identifying and sorting conflicts or disagreements because it is important for each child involved to have an equal say about the incident. Based on the information given by all of the children will help the practitioner decide on what should be done to make sure that the incident doesn't happen again and to regain a positive atmosphere between all peers.
To value and respect individuality of each child, respect and courtesy must be shown. This is often used when approaching a child. It is important to go down to the child's height level and talk to them eye to eye rather than towering over them belittling them. It is also used when teaching the child because the individuality will define their learning abilities and will help you understand the level the child is at.
Promises and commitments should be kept positive if you want to keep hold of trust in the relationship. If a promise or commitment is made and is not carried out, the child will no longer have trust in the practitioner.
A child's behaviour is impacted on the people around them. Depending on the behaviour