The Framework which the EYFS follows is called the EYFS statutory framework; this guides all staff employed in nurseries, receptions and child minders on the correct ways and procedures for looking after children. According to the EYFS statutory framework , “Every child deserves the best possible start in life and the support that enables them to fulfil their potential. Children develop quickly in the early years and a child’s experiences between birth and age five have a major impact on their future life chances.” The EYFS statutory framework  has the safeguarding and welfare requirements, suitable staff, disqualification when needed, correct training, qualifications, ratios and a child having a key person makes up the safeguarding
In the ever changing landscape of health and social care and children and young person’s settings there are many pieces of government legislation and regulatory framework that service providers and organisations must now comply with. For example Care Quality Commission (CQC) introduced the essential standards of quality and safety which are central to the workplace. Every staff member has responsibility for providing good quality social care. Social care governance is the process by which organisations ensure good service delivery and promote good outcomes for people who use services. It is the responsibility of every staff member, every manager and every service in social care to ensure that social care governance is an integral part of their practice and service provision so that there is shared ownership and accountability at every level within the organisation for the standard of social care being provided.
All staff trained and procedures are put into practice and communicate concerns that a child is at risk are communicated to relevant agencies. Disclosure and Barring Service DBS employee have access to criminal record to decide if a person is suitable for employment especially when working with children. Staffing and employment policy which details staff to children ratio, not being alone with children at any time, having the correct qualified member of staff, all staff and volunteers to be CRB checked, staff development training and keeping up to date with all policies and procedures. Health and Safety policy aims are to make staff aware of any health and safety issues to help mini risks and hazards to enable children to be in a safe and thriving
It is important when working with children that you follow each policy and procedure for safeguarding to ensure that you give the best possible care to the children. Each member of staff should be trained in safeguarding and to understand the importance of noticing signs. There are many legislation, guidelines, policies and procedures for safeguarding which are; Health and safety work act 1974, Children’s act 1989, Data protection act 1998, Education act 2002, Every child matters 2004, Working together to safeguard children 2006, e- safety 2008. When working with all of the legislation, guidelines, policies and procedures it will provide the best possible services for practionier to work with the children and provide them the best possible
The parent 's attachment and trauma history will provide a great deal of information about the relationship between parent and child” (p. 49). Since the environmental factor has one of the greatest influence on the child life, I learn also how is important to accommodate the environment of the clinic or the hospital to be suitable for the children for familiarity and feed
Hi, Marcy! These are all signs that something is going wrong in a child’s life. Children of this young age should have several friends, especially at school. Marcy, I believe this is an ongoing thing in the world today and that all baby sitters should have an extensive back ground check before being hired in or out of home environments. Marcy every adult who knows of or has witnessed these type situations should be responsible enough to report it immediately.
Protection within the wider field of safeguarding includes risk assessments, such as ensuring that children are provided with safe environment both at home and in school. At home it is up to the parents to provide their children with a safe and happy environment. In cases in which they are unable to do this, and the parents cannot protect or look after their child properly, the child may have to be removed from their home and put into care. In schools there are many different policies and procedures that must be followed to achieve a suitable learning environment for children, and it includes procedures such as health and safety and fire safety. All schools must provide all of the right equipment and all staff are should be aware of their responsibilities and be able to carry them out.
In P6 of my work I am going to explain the role of supportive relationships to reduce the risk of abuse and neglect. If a person is interested in a career in health and social care is important you develop the skills needed to form professional supportive relationship with individuals and their families. So you need a basic understanding of the elements that make up a relationship. • Core principles of Care Core principles of care are seen as being important principle which has to be followed by all people work in health and care services. The core principles are that the professionals within the service should accept equality and diversity of people and should also accept and respect people’s rights and responsibility.
‘Having a voice, having a choice’. Children have the right to take part not only giving opinions but choosing their agenda and making their own decisions. Children and young people’s participation is to make sure that all views are heard and valued in the taking of decisions which affect them, to make sure they are supported in making positive contribution to their schools and local community. It is important to focus on all of the rules relating to child protection and safeguarding, confidentiality and data protection. It is important that all children and young people are involves ad take part in a wide range of decision making
2.2 Reviewing current legislation and organisational practices and policies for partnership working in health and social care practice Current and legislations relating to health and social care There are several legislation that the government have put in place and other organisational practices and policies that relate to health and social care and which require organisations that are working in partnership to offer quality services to users to access quality health services. The current legislation includes: The children act- The Act requires that all children to be treated equally and have a right to access Education and Medicines. They health and safety should be safe guarded. Mental health Act- The act requires that services users that have mental issues and other difficulties to be provided with care and support. They should be given the necessary support for them to live a healthy and comfortable
In the report he mainly recommends that social services and other professionals are given appropriate training to do their job in correct manner. Like this the informations which are related to childâ€TMs safety are correctly handled and shared between agencies to promote childrenâ€TMs welfare. All schools in England apart from the main legislation (which I mentioned above) must follow policies and procedures set by their Local Safeguarding Children Boards. I can mentioned for example Framework for the Assessment of Children in Need and Their Families 2000 (providing understanding and recording what happening to CYP within their families) or Working Together to Safeguard