Within my placement setting in Aspire Scotland there are legislation protecting the children and young people ensuring good health, wellbeing and safeguarding. One of the legislations in place is the Regulation of Care Act 2001. The Scottish Social Services Council (SSSC) is a non-departmental public body established by this act From this the SSSC produced the codes of practice which was produced to protect people who use services, raise standards of practice and support workers. The SSSC and Care Commission work closely together to ensure employers and workers understand their responsibilities in relation to the Codes of Practice.
All of the following polices and procedures are required to be available to parent and staff according to the Division of Child Care Colorado Department of Human Services. (7.702 - Rules Regulating Child Care Centers) The center will notify the parents or guardians in writing of significant changes in its services, policies, or procedures so that they can decide whether the center continues to meet the needs of the child.
All professionals involved with children must know and understand what to do and the most effective ways of sharing information about children who are at risk of abuse or neglect. In my workplace setting all staff receive the updated policies and procedures every September, we must sign to say we have received and read these policies. The policies are adopted from our local authority and cover all legislation which is set down by the government including â€ ̃Actsâ€TM such as Freedom of information act 2000 and Data protection act 1998, this is the most specific with regard to restricting how we use information, it was designed to prevent data on individuals from being passed on to others without consent. All organisations including schools, processing personal data electronically are legally required to register their processing activities with the IC (information commissioner). School policies ensure that all staff working in our school can do so with confidence, they will respect confidentiality in many ways such as, Information about children will be shared with
When working with children and young people, it is important that their safety and well-being is paramount. There are a number of guidelines, policies and procedures which cover the safeguarding of pupils, including; Working together to safeguard children (2013)- This policy sets out guidelines of how organisations and individuals should work together to safeguard and promote the welfare of children and young people in accordance with the Children Act 1989 and the Children Act 2004. As well as laying out these guidelines, the document also provides a summary of: The nature of child abuse and neglect and the impact it may have on children and young people. How to operate the best practice in child protection procedure.
Within this article, there are guidelines for caseworkers that work with child protective services (CPS). There are seven stages in the CPS process. The stages consist of intake, initial assessment or investigation, comprehensive family assessment, planning, service provision, evaluation of family progress, and case closure. There are several core values that CPS workers follow. One of the stages that I focused on while reading is that CPS workers work hard to guarantee the safety of children within their family and home.
Frances Lozada-Tirado a. Shall make reasonable effort to protect the student from conditions harmful to learning and/or to the student’s mental and/or physical health and/or safety. b. This item is important to me because I feel that children in this age and time are experiencing harmful condition that enable them to learn. I feel that we as teachers and family workers need to strive for our students to feel safe and secure in order for them to reach their full potential. As a family engagement specialist, it is my responsibility for my families and students to feel safe in my centers.
All five of the activities were chosen in order to encourage children’s numeracy skills. The activities were based around the development of the four fundamental skills of numeracy learning. These are the ability to name and draw basic shapes and colours, able to count up to ten, begin to understand time and start to recognise patterns and routines. Monday’s activity, the Shape Art Mural, was chosen to allow four year olds to further their development for the milestone of naming and drawing basic shapes and colours. By incorporating both shapes and colours it allows for the activity to be more interesting for the kids.
At Preschool our policies and procedures are stored in our filing cabinet, which i am able to view at anytime. It is important that i am aware of our policies and procedures and that i follow them at all times. Health & safety, I must record any accidents in our accident book, and myself or the manger would get the Parent/carer to check what we have recorded, and sign to say that they have been made aware of the Incident I do regular checks of the inside and outside area to make sure that all equipment is safe for use and in good working order for the children to use without risk of harm We have a safeguarding folder and it is my responsibility to know what the practises are towards safeguarding, if there are any updates, we are always given copies of these to read through, and the changes are discussed at our staff meetings
A. 1. Partnerships with families and communities support shared responsibility for children’s learning, development, and wellbeing. – I believe this is a breach of the code because knowing that children can understand this sort of negativity can cause them to have set backs which would not honour the parent’s wishes or the child’s development. 2. Respectful, responsive, and reciprocal relationships are central to children’s education.
INTRODUCTION Infection Prevention and Control (IPC) is one of the most important agents in the prevention of hospital acquired infections or what we termed nosocomial infections. IPC channels every member of the hospital, which includes, healthcare providers (HCP), patients and the hospitals perse. It is important to practice IPC commandment to every hospital as well as community. The Palestinian Ministry of Health (MOH) adopted the national IPC protocol.
The current framework also consists of the 7 areas of learning. Communication and language is the first area of learning. It says in the EYFS that communication and language is all about giving children opportunities to experience a rich language environment; to develop their confidence and skills in expressing themselves; and to speak and listen in a range of situations. Children are learning and competence in communicating, speaking and listening, beginning to read and write must be supported and extended. Here, the child would be dependant on the practitioner to provide the child with the correct resources when they are at nursery and also to provide the correct help for the child (i.e. a speech and language specialist if needed) and advice for the parent.
There are a numbers of policies with the UK that affect the safeguarding of children and young people. The United Nations brought in the Convention of the Rights of the Child 1989 which sets out the rights of children. Included in these rights are the right to an education, the right to privacy and the right to be protected from physical harm, abuse and exploitation. The rights apply to all children and ensure that they are protected and looked after in an appropriate way.
the best way to support a child to manage risks themselves is to let the child take appropriate responsibility for safety decisions in a controlled environment. Increase the levels of risk as the child grows and matures. Support and help parents to encourage their children to manage risks for themselves. You must also be aware of children who are timid and who are reluctant to take risks and help them to develop their skills but most children have an inbuilt level of
Safeguard children ensuring they are protected from harm. Ensuring children are kept safe, healthy and well cared for Promoting positive behaviour among children. Ensuring their basic individual needs are met. Ensuring that adults and staff are qualified for the role of caring and supervising children. ensuring that the indoor and outdoor premises is clean safe and free from hazardous objects and