Activities should be assigned to parents and students to get them more involved and find a solution to the situation. For example; community service, anti-bullying workshops, and school activities. Also, parents should be required to be more involved with the student academics, social life, and be responsible for their child’s behavior. By being involved in their kid’s life, this will help the bully have a better understanding of the situation, and he or she will learn how dangerous and painful is being a bully. On the other hand, involved parents should have a better understanding as of why the student is having this behavior and will know how to help their child or seek additional help.
Angela Jones 1.1- Describe factors to take into account when planning the areas safely: When planning a safe area for children it is important that factors are considered in order to make it a healthy and safe environment for all children and young people. It is important that all planning is related to the needs of each individual child or young person. Having a safe environment is important because it lowers the risk of any children or young people as well as adults from getting injured. When in a work setting it is important to assess all risks of children’s safety to ensure that they get minimised so no incidents get caused. Specific needs- It is important that all children and young people who have specific needs such as a physical disability or sensory impairment etc must have full access to all available activities.
When being harassed by another student it’s common to feel embarrassed when told you should tell an adult or parent. No one wants to feel like they are different just because someone is making them believe they are, but telling someone is the best solution to stopping the problem. Another solution to prevent bullying is to take action at your high school and address the problems with your principal or administrator. They could help create posters to raise awareness or make stricter rules when it comes to these kind of things. Also, they could have teachers around the hallways or near their classrooms during passing periods looking for problems to solve.
However, even if this were an effective way to serve her student, the fact that group counseling has been eliminated as an option still hinders the school counseling program’s effectiveness. When confronting the administration about reinstating group counseling, she risks her job and relationship with other school professionals. This course of action requires tact, data, and facts. By bolstering her student’s self-efficacy to help her disclose her identity to her parents, Mrs. Moon risks her student’s emotional wellbeing if her parents do not accept her.
)I think that the child will get over being spanked or they might not all children are different.Parents can always find ways to make them stop crying and get over themselves.The parent shouldn’t hit them more than three times and not super hard.I think depending on the child it depends on how long it will take them to get over the fact that they got punished for doing something wrong. “Those who use corporal punishment or even spanking gives them control over those under disciplinary action.A child knows that every wrongdoing gets physical consequences,and allows them to respect authority.”(Author unknown. NYLN YOUTHLEADERBLOG. July28,2015. https://nyln.org/10-prevailing-pros-and-cons-of-corporal-punishment.
Not only were the teachers cruel, but they caused several students to feel intimidated and many began to lose interest in school because of their teachers. Furthermore, in the short article, The Negative Attitudes of Teachers ' Impact on Students by Bethany Marroquin, an English teacher from California, it claims, “Recent studies found that negative teacher attitudes can impair academic achievement an increase...symptoms of stress.” The teachers that taught these schools had negative attitudes and actions towards their students, leaving many scarred emotionally and perhaps
Therefore, when someone is bullying they are going against what God has commanded in His Word. In the world today, dehumanization through bullying is evident in the world today by simply observing daycares that consist of children under age 4. Children can be seen singling a child out as an outcast, they can be seen hitting, and can be seen not interacting with certain children. This lets us know that not only are their biases and bullying starts from the old in age and trickles down to the young of age. According to the national website to stop Bullying, they best way for “Parents, school staff, and other caring adults have a role to play in preventing bullying.
According to Ladd et al., children who are regularly ill-treated by their peers experience negative psychological consequences, which can deter their involvement in the classroom and diminish their academic achievement (Espelage et al., 2013). Therefore, bullying and victimization threaten a safe learning environment for children. This compromises their school attendance, school involvement and consequently their academic achievement. Basch (2011) indicated that violence and aggressive behavior have a negative impact on academic achievement by adversely affecting cognition, school connectedness and
It is important for parents to help their 21st children cope with stress and develop a skill and habit to handle everyday pressure. Most kids may not initiate conversation with parents when they are facing peer pressure, but parents should try to open the communication line once they notice some changes in their children. Parents should understand what their kids worry more about, because such worries are the earliest symptoms of peer pressure, they include; - Grades, and tests, - Changing their bodies and appearances, - Fitting in with their friends, - The goals or scoring chances they missed at sporting events, - The number of people who dislike or like them. - The bullies they face often, and - What their teachers tell them. When a child is overwhelmed by peer pressure, there are certain symptoms they do show, these include; - Sad and irritable mood with tearful feelings, - Not
In the treatment that a child gets when going through child abuse is first making sure the child has a secure and safe space far from the abuser and then addressing any injuries that came from being abused. After they’re in a safe place then their emotional needs are met by therapist to help them. Was in the treatment process of child abuse. There is goals that guide the child and who is helping them through the process. Some of the goals include encouraging the child to talk about what happen without any embarrassment or huge amounts of anxiety what can help with the child reducing behavior and emotional frequency of the Symptoms that go along with being abused.
It is not just protecting children against abuse and neglect, but also to help a child to achieve their best, giving them the opportunities, nurturing and providing facilities along with keeping them safe. It is our responsibility to keep children safe such as, accidents while at school. Protecting them from bullying ensuring children can feel safe while at school and being approachable and someone for them to talk to with any concerns or problems. Regular talks during school, to explain and reinforce the consequences of bullying/cyberbully, verbal and physical abuse is not tolerated. Discussion is a vital form of communication as well as reinforcing what has been discussed.
If a child or young person alleges harm or abuse, it is important to be aware of the school procedures to be followed for reporting concerns about that particular child. Teacher should also know how to respond if a child discloses anything serious to them. • Listen carefully- If a child talks to me about a concern, or if the child tells me about their abuse I will listen carefully and compassionately to what they tell me. • Stay Calm-It is important to stay calm and not show any extreme reaction to what the child is saying. The child is taking a risk by telling me this so I should ensure that the child 's experience of telling is a positive one.
Any professional working with children or young people is responsible for the care and well being of those children. Making sure that a child is safe on or out of a school setting is of paramount importance. Not only does it make a child or young person feel safe in a learning environment but it also gives the child the security to develop and achieve from an early age. For children to be effectively protected, it is essential that everyone accepts the responsibility of their role and to also be protected in that role. E.g.
Children with reactive attachment disorder will seek control however they can, even in small, insignificant ways. They may interrupt, walk ahead of the teacher in the hallway, speak unclearly, or not turn in work, among other things, to try to take the control away from the teacher. When they are in control, they feel safe. In a school setting, children are expected to obey rules; the teacher and other school personnel are in charge. These children struggling with reactive attachment disorder have to learn to give up control; certain adults can be trusted.
While children are at school, practitioners act in â€ ̃loco parentisâ€TM while their parents are away. As part of their legal and professional obligations, practitioners hold positions of trust and a duty of care to the children in their school, and therefore should always act in their best interests and ensure their safety. The Children Act 2004 came in with the Every Child Matters (ECM) guidelines and greatly impacted the way schools look at the care and welfare of pupils. Children and young people should be helped to learn and thrive and be given the opportunity to achieve the five basic outcomes: be healthy; stay safe; enjoy and achieve; make a