These include for example: children should be healthy, be safe in their environments, to make positive contribution to the society or be supported to enjoy life. Childrenâ€TMs Act 2006- this legislation replaced Childrenâ€TMs Act 1989. It reinforce the strategy role of local authorities to outline the duties related to child care which include working with NHS and Job centres; secure childcare for working parents, provide information services to parents and provide information and training for childcare providers.
The Early Years Learning Framework (EYLF) pays particular attention to cultural competence in working with Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures as discussed in question 9. Research from the Australian Institute of Family Studies (AIFS) found it is critical for non-Aboriginal staff to be aware of how to engage and support all cultures, particularly Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures, as services are more effective for Aboriginal
Where an adult offender is assessed as presenting a risk of serious harm to children, the offender manager should develop a risk management plan and supervision plan that contains a specific objective to manage and reduce the risk of harm to children. In preparing a sentence plan, offender managers should consider how planned interventions might bear on parental responsibilities and whether the planned interventions could contribute to improved outcomes for children known to be in an existing relationship with the offender. Youth Offending Teams YOTs are multi-agency teams responsible for the supervision of children and young people subject to pre-court interventions and statutory court disposals. They are therefore well placed to identify children known to relevant organisations as being most at risk of offending and to undertake work to prevent them offending. YOTs should have a lead officer responsible for ensuring safeguarding is at the forefront of their business.
STANDARD 4: ASSESSMENT OF THE CHILD PROGRESS Artifact; Compering Early Childhood Assessment from Child Development 201 I chose this artifact because it is about the appropriate Early Childhood assessments while these have a variety of programs to choice depending on the needs of the child to help him to the next level I learned that there are many resources for the teacher to help children out so they can have a happy childhood; These all examples bellow guidance a center to set up the whole program of early childhood environment so it will be helpful for the provider education to have cozy a safety place for young children.
Agency of Focus San Mateo County Department of Children and Family Services (CFS) works with children and their families to preserve and reunite families. CFS is committed to ongoing child welfare improvements to enhance supportive services to children and families and build on the foundation of safety and risk, prevention, and permanency. The mission statement of San Mateo County Human Services Agency (HSA) is to enhance the well-being of children, adults, and families by providing professional, responsive, caring, and supportive services. Children and Family Services’ mission statement is aligned with HSA’s mission and vision for all San Mateo County residents. CFS is dedicated to assist “.
One of the categories is “Children and youth”. The goal of this category is “Work with Aboriginal communities and organizations to provide meaningful support to Aboriginal children and youth on-and off-reserve and use resources effectively” (Aboriginal Affairs, 2005). Some of the strategies for this are to promote physical development, and promote healthy habits, support children with disabilities and give children support they may need to make good life choices (Aboriginal Affairs, 2005). A program that has already done something is in this category AHWS (aboriginal healing and wellness strategy) funding is given to the Nishnawbe Aski Nation to help people learn about youth suicide and how to identify some prevention strategies (Aboriginal Affairs, 2005). Another category is “Aboriginal Education”.
Towards this aim, child welfare practice and policies need (1) to be informed by the families’ perspectives, and (2) to address child welfare workers’ need for training and support. Thus, showing that such efforts will promote the effective transformation and development of child welfare services and policies at an organizational State and federal
Local Safeguarding Children Boards (LSCBs) undertake reviews of serious cases in specified circumstances, advising the authority on lessons to be learned. The board consists of representatives from local agencies such as NHS, the Police, Housing, School Services. They place duty on all agencies to safeguard and promote the welfare of children (DfE, 2015a). Safeguarding and child protection Safeguarding is defined as promoting children’s welfare, providing safe and effective care, so that the children can achieve the best outcomes in life ( DfE, 2015a). Child protection is an aspect of safeguarding and it refers to protecting individual child from maltreatment.
The goal of the Child Abuse and Prevention Treatment Act (CAPTA) was to improve safety, permanency, and well being of children. The drive of the act is to provide funding for prevention, identification, and treatment of child abuse and neglect. This act allows the government to research possible strategies to reduce child abuse and neglect and improve treatments for the victims (nlihc,
Throughout this essay I will look at how the Montessori Method prepares the child holistically for their future through use of the methodology: cosmic education, the use of the prepared environment and the huge promotion of independence. I will also discuss how they prepare the child physically, intellectually, linguistically morally, emotionally and socially as well as to be a confident, self-motivated global citizen, in secondary school and beyond. “The goal of Cosmic Education is to guide the child toward an initial examination of the question, who am I?” (Duffy & Duffy, 2002) Cosmic Education is the methodology used to help the child
In order to develop a child’s identity in accordance with both the EYLF and an Aboriginal perspective whilst also supporting children’s awareness of Aboriginal cultures and practices through a curriculum that supports children in learning about the land, earth, plants and animals, it is also important how we as educators will support this knowledge to grow (McKnight, et al., 2010). According to Harrison (2010), Aboriginal history plays a key role not only with Aboriginal children but also with non-Aboriginal children and the importance that everyone should learn about the importance of Aboriginal history. As well as educators developing a curriculum that incorporates the Aboriginal community in their area so as to include local histories, local
The local education authority needs to provide support to the child and their family. If a child is not progressing well a Statutory Assessment can be requested through the LEA. Data protection Act 1998. The SENCO may have access to sensitive and confidential information regarding a child in their care, so schools need to comply with this law and follow the eight principles of good practice. Data must be: â€¢ Fairly and lawfully processed.