Understanding the importance of equality, diversity and inclusion in promoting positive outcomes for children and young people.
Explain the meaning of equality, diversity and inclusion in the context of positive outcomes for children and young people.
Diversity- is understanding that each child or person is unique. These can be based about the race, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation. Socio-economic status, age, physical abilities, religious beliefs, political beliefs, or other ideologies.
Equality- having the same rights or status. Caring and treating the children all equally
Inclusion- to be involved and take part in activities, discussions and playtime.
Compare, giving examples, ways in which services for children, young people and their carers take account of and promote equality, diversity and inclusion to promote positive outcomes.
I set two examples to compare:
| |Parents Evening |Sports Day | |What happens in it: |Parents are seen by the key carers, talks trough |Children and parents takes part in | | |reports and their child’s development. |sports activities organised by the | | | |nursery | |How does it promote inclusion and|It allows all parents to have an opportunity to speak |Everyone is encourage to take part in | |equality: |to their children’s key carer about any issues or |different event. Parents are given the | | |other info. It also close regards on culture and |opportunity to be involved to their | | |religion so that all parents receives the same |children’s development. | | |treatment....
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