Identify Which Relevant Partners Would Be In Own Work Setting.

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1.1 Explain why working in partnership with others is important for children and young people - it important that you work alongside others when working with young people because it is good for them to see that people do work together and to see relationships because built as well as positive outcomes coming out from working in partnership with people. It is also good because it shows them general life skills of working with and alongside other to come up with a solution. 1.2 Identify who relevant partners would be in own work setting - relevant partners would include, parents or carers of the child so that the practitioner and parent can work together to figure out what is going to suit the child best, management to see what actions and targets could be put into place and how the setting can be developed to help the childs specific needs aswell as how it could help the setting as a whole. 1.3 Define the characteristics of effective partnership working -the effective characteristics include, being positive as if the child see’s that people around them are positive it will have a knock on effect and make them feel happy, being friendly to the child and their parents as a child will pick up on how you act straight away and if they …show more content…

Also, if someones child has been bitten the parent may want to know who the child is so that they can apologise but as we cannot give that information out it may cause a dilemma as the parent may mean it in a completely harmless way but as it is in our policies and procedures we are still not allowed to give out any confidential information out to do with the children in our

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