Certificate in Supporting Teaching & Learning in Schools Level 2:
Unit 202 Safeguarding the welfare of children and young people 1) Complete the following chart. Ref 3.1 (If you have completed this in a class activity you do not need to answer) Completed in Class Child abuse categories.
Type of abuse
| Signs & Indicators
2) Complete the following chart (ref 2.1, 2.2)
| Signs & Symptoms
| Actions to take (from the setting)
| Change in behaviour, Fever, High Temperature, Aching in muscles and joints, Headache, Weakness.
| Contact parents immediately and inform them of the situation. Send the pupil home and notify the parents not to return the pupil until he/she is fully recovered.
| Red and swollen tonsils, Pain when swallowing, High temperature, Pain in pupil ear or neck, Glands are painful to touch.
| Contact parents and send the pupil home. Inform them to take child to the doctors to get appropriate medication. Notify them not to bring child back to school until they have fully recovered.
| Diarrhoea, Stomach pains, Vomiting, Dehydration.
| Notify parents immediately and send the pupil home. Inform the parents not to return the child until two days after, (after last episode of diarrhoea or vomiting).
| Chicken Pox
| Feeling sick, High temperature, Aching and painful muscles, Headache, Generally feeling unwell, Loss of appetite, Itchy rash.
| Inform parents immediately and send the pupil home. Tell parents not to bring child back to school until the rash on the child is completely gone.
| Does not cause any symptoms until 4-10 days after the initial exposure to the bacteria.Bullous Impetigo: Fluid filled blisters on the skin.Non-Bullous Impetigo: Red sores appear, usually around the nose and mouth.
| Inform parents immediately and send the pupil home. Tell parents not to bring child back to...
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