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.
1.1: List current legislation and guidelines relating to the health and safety of children Laws relating to health and safety in the childcare setting: Health and Safety at Work Act 1974 Data Protection Act 1998 Children Act 1989, 2004 Regulatory Reform ( Fire Safety) Order 2005 Health and Safety ( First Aid) Regulations 1981 Childcare Act 2006 Healthy and Safety at work Act 1974 Personal Protective Equipment at work 1992 2.1: Identify policies and procedures relating to the health and safety of children Every setting will have to make sure that the children are safe when entering the setting, leaving the setting. When children arrive to the setting, you will have to make sure that they enter the setting safely. When leaving the setting you as a early years practitioner has to check who is collecting the child. There even is a policy in every setting that is about parents and carers collecting their child.
Working within our school setting Â we work in an open and transparent manor This includes ensuring , all doors have glass panels in or be left open so that we can be seen as we teach, this is set in place to discourage any false allegations of occurrences of abuse as it can be disproved and can also protect teachers them self from having abuse. By doing so we are allowing open teaching which can dissolve any accusations made by either students or staff. Listening to children- Â All staff members to ensure they make time to listen to their pupils as it could raise concern regarding the childâ€™s welfare as when a child is willing to speak and feels comfortable and safe enough to open up it is the staffs duty to ensure this child is listened to and taken seriously.
The importance of reassuring children and young people that their information is confidential is that it makes them more likely to share their information and makes them more relaxed knowing they can trust the adults working in the school with their personal information. The same really works for the adult as well. They donâ€TMt want their private business being gossiped about on the playground. Also if certain information would be shared, it could have great impact on the individualsâ€TM life.
among students. safety in the school is maintained with order being kept through the assistance of hallway monitors. The school implements safety precautions with visitors by mandating visitors to check in and out of the main office. The school protects their students by keeping all school doors locked during the school hours.
United Nations Convention of the rights of the child 1989. They have the right to be safe and looked after and children have the right to be protected from harm, injury, exploitation by those who look after them. Education Act 2002 governing bodies, head teachers, local education authority and those who work in schools to work together ensure the safeguard of children and are free from harm. Children Act 2006 out organisations working with children their duties and expectation work together to safeguard children. Children Act 1989 Parent and professionals looking after children ensure the safety of children Protection of children Act 1999 legislations to ensure a system is in place to list individuals who are unsuitable to work with children do not gain employment.
Around forty-six years ago closets door were swinging open, bringing pride with the people who no longer wanted to hide away. When a person has pride they are especially proud of a particular quality or skill, but in the 1960s to be part of the lgbtq* community wasn't particularly something many people in society wanted someone to have pride in. In the 1960s someone of the Lgbtq* community was seen as a illness and could be “cured”. New York prohibited Homosexual activity was disapproved. Many Homosexuals were imprisoned and affection was not to be seen in public this caused a lot of tension during this time but later tension was eased with a march of pride.
Competency Statement 1: To establish a safe, healthy learning environment When you are an Early Childhood educator there are some key factors that you have to keep in mind: 1. Creating a safe environment and 2. Creating and instilling in your students and yourself a healthy environment. Safety to me is a very detrimental factor in Early Childhood, because when you deal with young children you always have to watch out for their well being as if they were your own.
I think that these veterans who are returning home from Iraq and other intense war missions need to be given some sort of leniency. By no means am I saying that I believe that they should be completely resolved of their crimes that they commit when they come back from war, however I do believe that it should be majorly taken into consideration that they have fought in war. The courts should look at their criminal records before they left for war, testimony from commanding officers and higher ranking military officials on their character and behavior in the military, and whether or not they successfully completed professional counseling and therapy programs when they returned from war. We ask these individuals to go fight in foreign countries
In today’s world most, if not all, religions are plagued by the same stigma - that they are unaccepting of LGBTQ people. Due to this stigma, people within the LGBTQ community are often quiet about their religious beliefs - they don’t attend services but practice their religion in private. This is out of fear that their religious community may reject or put them in danger. Religious leaders are beginning to address these fears, which has led to different reaffirming actions. Within this essay I will explore how in Reform and Orthodox Judaism transgender identities are being accepted and reaffirmed.
The (EYFS) is the Early Years Foundation Stage which is a framework that includes the legislation and standards to keep children safe. Parents and carers trust us to look after their children and it is our responsibility to keep the children in our care safe and away from any possible harm. All employers must meet certain rules to make sure everyone is safe in their place of work. Also they must be aware and careful that there is no risk of injury to anyone. It is also a number of legal requirements and regularity that we need to know about to help us protect children and adults in the setting.