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Dear Parents

You must be informed about the laws that Current Legislation in UK produced in order to protect the children and young people. Current Legislation

1. Children Act (2004) identify five outcomes for children
Be healthy
Stay safe
Enjoy and achieve
Make a positive contribution
Achieve economic well- being

1. Education Act (1993)
Parents of children under 2 years have the right to ask for the child to be formally assessed

2. Sex Discrimination Act (1975)
Ensure that individuals are not discriminated against on the grounds of their sex

3. Race Relation Act (1976)
Equality of opportunity must be promoted 4. Public Health Act (1984)
Covers the notification and exclusion periods for certain infectious diseases

5. Reporting of Injuries, Diseases and Dangerous Occurrences Regulation (RIDDOR) (1995)
Specify certain accidents and incidents that must be by law, reported

6. Equality Act 2010
Aims to ensure that rights of disabled individuals are met 7. Special Educational Need and Disability Act (2004)
Protects children from discrimination on the basis of disability , and settings must make reasonable adjustments to their provision to meet the need and right of the child

8. Code of Practice for First Aid (1997)
Gives guidance on the provision of trained first aiders and first aid provision

9. Protection of the Children Act (1998)
Requires a list to be kept of people considered to be unsuitable to work with children

10. Care of Substances Hazardous to Health (COSHH) Regulations (2002)
Deal with the identification, storage and use of potentially harmful substances, such as cleaning fluids

11. Childcare Act (2006) the law that sets out:
Duties on local authorities to improve outcomes for children and to ensure access to information about provision in their area
Legal frameworks for regulation and inspection of provision for children from birth to age 17
The Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS):

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