How to develop relationships with children and staff and why it is important Communicating effectively within the childcare setting is very important to enable strong relationship to build between colleagues, children and parents.
communicating positively with colleagues is an important part in helping build a strong and trusting relationship with each other. Developing close relationships with the other staff will help to inform each other of any worries or concerns that one of you may have regarding a child. It can also encourage conversation regarding any ideas or thoughts you may have regarding activities. It’s important to develop a good relationship with staff as it will create a positive environment for both children and staff. This will help to develop a calm, happy and relaxed atmosphere creating a positive environment for teaching.
Developing positive relationships with the children is the main key to a happy and calm environment. Without a positive and supportive attitude there will be no trust and honesty between yourself and the children. They will not feel like they can talk to you which may mean they could be keeping something important inside, which could affect their learning or social skills. With good communication from the practitioners, children can effectively engage in goal setting and problem solving which could enhance their ability to learn.
It is important to be consistent in your behaviour and relationships so that children learn to do this, we as practitioners need to model the kind of behaviour we expect from them.
It important to build a relationship with parents an easy way to do this is to make sure you have good communication with them. For example make sure that you talk them in the appropriate language for example using their manners for example, please and thank you. Therefore if you have good commutation skills and good body language when working with parents they are more likely...
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