Identify which legislation and codes of practice relating to equality, diversity and discrimination apply to own role. The Disability Discrimination Act 1995 & 2005 states that all people including children have the right to take part in all of society & not be excluded because of their disability. Children’s Act 1989 & 2004 – That we have to give equal opportunities to all children regardless of their religion, race and cultural or linguistic background (Every Child matters – the Unique Child – EYFS), Care Standards Act 200. Disabled Persons Act 1989. The Equality Act 2010. Racial & Religious Hatred Act 2006.
Sex Discrimination Act 1986 Special Educational Needs & Disability Act 2001, UN convention on the rights of the child.
Describe how to challenge discrimination in a way that encourages change. We should never ignore or excuse any discriminatory behaviour even if it is very slight, if it is hurtful, it must be challenged because it will give the message to the person that it is acceptable to speak or behave that way. We have to explain to them why their remarks or behaviour was offensive. We need to change people’s attitude toward other races, sexuality, religion etc. by trying to educate children about different cultures, disabilities and encourage them to think of other people’s feelings and also give them the opportunity to think about what it is like for other people and ask them to think about themselves in other people shoes.
Identify different observation methods and know why they are used. Narrative - Detailed account of behaviour as it happens.
Anecdotal Records - Told by another person.
Diary. Time sampling – Over a period of time.
Checklists, Photographs, Filming, Voice recording.
Explain how a work setting can encourage CYP’s positive behaviour. Build an interesting and stimulation environment; allow lots of opportunities to make choices about the resources they...
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