A) Background There are many factors that can influence a child's background. Children from different countries who change schools may find it difficult to adapt to different teaching methods.
Children who come from deprived backgrounds are less likely to achieve well in school as parents find it difficult to manage there needs ,also children who are a different race can be targeted for being a different colour .
B) Health Health can effect all kinds of children from asthma to very serous illness that may effect their physical development and effect their education as they might lose long periods from school and this could also effect their ability to make friends.
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Teachers and teaching assistants observe children in there care so it is important that all staff are trained with skills to recognise and respond accordingly to any concerns and should know about guidelines . Reorganisation is very important because if a child falls back on there work than all areas of development may be affected . The sooner any issues are raised the sooner the child or young person can be monitored the sooner treatment is started the better the outcome for the child or young person.
EXAMPLES If a child has a hearing problem this would influence their development ,it could effect their speech and communication and make them feel they are unable to join in with other children .
A child who needs glasses may affect development because they be a poor reader of slow to copy of the blackboard