Schools and organisations must have a safeguarding policy which is reviewed and updated regularly. This is so that staff are aware on what to do is they think a child needs protection. Safeguarding is a general term which is being used which encompasses a number of aspects of which child protection is one, overall the aim of Safeguarding is the well-being of the child. Child protection within the family environment Providing a child with a safe and healthy family environment is very important for their well-being and is seen as child protection in the sense what if the parents cannot look after the child, feed them, clothe them and keep them safe from harm within the house then this is a danger to the child’s life. Children who are in care
Policing requires the use of Community-Oriented and Problem-Oriented policing which is the collaboration between the Police Department of Riverside as well as Riverside community that it serves. The collaboration from both resources must foster plans to identify and solve Riversides gang violence problems. This joint partnership with the Riverside police provides an ownership from Riverside community to instill a positive society climate. The partnership of both unities has requirements from all members of the Riverside to be proactive in the efforts to enhance the safety and quality of their neighborhoods as well as Riverside schools. This partnership on crime control and prevention then forces a new emphasis on making Riverside community
If both are absent, the matter should be referred to another member of the Senior Leadership Team. • Any member of staff has an issue or concern relating to child protection, he should immediately discuss the matter with the Headteacher or Deputy Headtacher or a member of the Senior Leadership Team if they are not available. • Allegations of child abuse is always be given the highest priority and referred immediately to the Headteacher. • The Headteacher will then decide on appropriate course of action based on London Borough of Hounslow’s Safeguarding and Promoting the Welfare of Children and Young People in Schools and Education Settings. Ongoing Support Following a disclosure by a child, it is important that the staff member continues in a supportive relationship with the child in the following ways: • Maintaining a positive relationship with the child.
Questionnaires are completed to assess for baseline symptoms, thoughts, and behaviors at the beginning, mid-point, and end of group. Anecdotal information and surveys play a large role in understanding what is and is not working with SPARCS. This information is gathered from students, parents/guardians, and school staff throughout SPARCS groups. Following up with caregivers and youths to see how they are functioning after the treatment intervention is also important. This can give providers a sense of how well youths retain the concepts of SPARCS.
He also identified that young children can show separation anxiety if their primary carer is not there for them. Such attachment theories have moulded practise within daily childcare and school settings, also within social care
Some Policies and procedures could be: Nappy changing policy and procedure Positive behaviour policy and procedure Supervision of children on outings and visits policy and procedure Safeguarding children and child protection policy and procedure Information sharing policy and procedure Whistle blowing policy and procedure Question: Question 12 Answer: Everyone who works with children and young people has a professional responsibility to report any concerns about colleagues who do not follow the safeguarding procedures. This is known as Whistle blowing-- You need to identify exactly the poor practice you have witnessed Tell your manager, senior member of staff, or safeguarding member of staff what you have witnessed. If possible put your concerns in writing with details and names, dates and places. Anyone who whistle blows has a right to legal protection. Managers have a duty to support members of staff who report any incidents of unprofessional conduct or poor practice.
The Crime and Courts Act of 2013 was introduced with pre-sentence. Restorative justice occurs mainly in two distinct pathfinders. The magistrates look at the processes while the particular Crown Courts seek to demonstrate the outcomes. The processes in restorative justice are mostly applied with youth offenders (Braithwaite, 2002). The board dealing with youth justice has been facilitating the restorative justice in order to mitigate the increasing criminal cases.
Continuingprogress monitoring grants teachers and schools to adjust and modify instruction to expeditestudent growth, success, and learning. These assessments are great tools that be used in theclassroom, after you have received the data from these assessment you are able to planinstruction. Through instruction is when you find strategies and activities to promote studentgrowth. No child should ever end a school year being on the same reading level, or a lowerreading level from where they started. Advancement is critical in the school system and everychild deserves to succeed to their full potential.Fuchs, L.S.
Pastoral Support will work together with the school forming a close partnership with Elizabeth’s teachers, her mother, grandmother and other professionals involved. Pastoral Support will identify any issues Elizabeth is facing either at home or within the school and aim to eliminate any barriers that may be affecting Elizabeth from achieving her learning goal. Pastoral Support aims to provide support for children who are being bullied, children experiencing the change of becoming teenagers and those who may be facing issues at home. Elizabeth will need to have a Pastoral Support Plan (PSP), which will help improve her social, emotional and behaviour skills. A PSP will encourage Elizabeth’s social inclusion and prevent Elizabeth from being excluded from school in the future.
In addition to this I expected that the school social worker was responsible of ensuring that each student with learning accommodation was receiving the attention and resource they needed for example occupational therapy. To expand my knowledge about the job function and performance responsibilities of a school social worker, I visited the School Social Work Association of America website. After visiting this website I was able to understand more about the roles of school Social Worker. Also I learned about some of the specific services that School Social Workers provide. Additional questions I researched were: Why do today 's schools need School Social Workers?
The data collected from the results show parents the quality education their children are getting at school, also the requirements of their child 's teachers and their child progress in education subjects. These results also give collected information of student progress and how to help the students to meet the curriculum of the school year. As well as, giving policymakers and leaders at the state of which schools and districts are succeeding and which aren 't, to make the success expand and for the failures to be addressed. "In a certain sense, however,