Miss April Lambeth

Topics: Discrimination, Childhood, Egalitarianism Pages: 4 (1196 words) Published: June 22, 2013
TDA 2.4: Equality, Diversity and inclusion in work with children and young people. 1.1: the legislations and codes of practise are:
Education act 1993
Children act 1989 and 2004
Disability discrimination act 1995 and 2005
Every child matters
Special educational needs code of practise 2001
Human rights act 1998
Equality act 2010
Race relations act
Specials educational needs and disability act 2001
Carers and disabled children act 2001
1.2: young people and children have the right to education and to be listened to. To be in a safe environment all children should be valued and respected. They should have their needs meet and achieve better. If these need have been meet then it will raise the Childs relationship with the peers in the class. It will raise their confidence this should help the child enjoy learning to their full potential and they will feel respected. If these needs have not been meet then it will give the child low self- esteem, they will not achieve their full potential may not have participate in any activities because may not feel safe they can also not develop their sense of identity. All children should be able to access all classroom facilities. This would help the child to take part in all activities. This would make the child feel like he is a part of the classroom settings. This should also make the child achieve their goal. If a child has a difficulty then you should, support the child’s need, give them learning activities that meet their needs, planning to meet the needs of all the children. 1.3: promoting and valuing children’s cultural diversity sometimes help the child feel valued and respected this would have a good image for the rest of children in the class or maybe in the school. This could raise the children self- esteem and boost the children’s confidence. In a school there should be trips to other cultural places. This should help the child respect other cultures the child would be proud to be...
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