Anti-discriminatory practice is to help support all work with children, young people and their families. It is important that settings promote anti-discriminatory practice by offering equality of opportunity and being inclusive to all children who attend the setting. Anti-discriminatory practice is also all about the implementation of the work settings equal opportunities policy in all aspects of the setting such as the curriculum which members of staff have to follow in order to plan, deliver and evaluate daily. It is important that members of staff in a work setting make sure that each individual child has an opportunity to take part and participate in all activities whether it is indoors or outdoors in order to achieve their learning potential of what is expected of them according to their age development. It is important that when working with children all members of staff and practitioners must have a
In determining whether a punishment is reasonable, section 91 of the Education and Inspections Act 2006 says the penalty must be reasonable in all the circumstances and that account must be taken of the pupil’s age, any special educational needs or disability they may have, and any religious requirements affecting them.’ In order to ensure punishment is fair and proportionate to the crime one must be well educated in the behavioural policies of the school and although they may vary from school to school there is a range of general measures to be taken as outlined by the behavioural guide mentioned above including; verbal warnings, being sent out of class, loss of privileges, written tasks, break or out of school time detentions, visit to the principal’s office, community service and in more severe cases suspension and finally expulsion. Research shows that consistency in using the punishments in school is essential for the betterment of negative behaviour. All schools have the appropriate systems in place to ensure head administrators and parents are informed. That being said, it is the responsibility of the teaching staff to ensure these systems are used effectively and any transgressions are recorded. It must be stated that unacceptable behaviour said to have taken place without a staff member around to intervene or with no knowledge till after the fact (in the case
If rules are not applied consistently as staff are not aware of them, children will react to this and comment on this, e.g. you have given X a warning and have not moved their name on the cloud. Therefore, by not being consistent during your daily practice you could be accused of favouritism, bias, discrimination or victimisation depending upon the circumstances. By not being consistent or setting
Inclusive Practiceâ€™s ensure that any person wishing to participate in any task, activity or normal day to day life can. This promotes equality and supports diversity; it supports each person to live their life to their full potential and
Cultural competence is the capability to work effectively with people from different backgrounds. Diverse social work settings gives people an opportunity to come together and work towards the same goal: improving the overall quality of life for all people regardless of culture. In order to encourage diversity in a social work profession, I make sure that clients
As the role of nurses continues to expand, it is important to remember how the profession has developed and be open-minded to new advancements. Patient safety is a team effort between all healthcare staff and should be held to the highest of standards to ensure patient care is the best it can possibly be at all times and to all
There must be specific guidelines that hospitals must push for in every professional individual. These care givers must not neglect their responsibilities in their profession. Racial equality will ensure a beneficial lifestyle to people everywhere, and it provides an opportunity to engage in anything they put their minds
It states appropriate action to protect the rights of children that you believe are at risk with regards to national and local policies, however a growing organisation such as the (sosta) a policy on safeguarding would be deemed important to maintain the same standards though out members given both therapists guidance and client confidence in the organisation. (NSPCC, 2018). The consequence of not having a policy allows for therapist to decide what is and is not appropriate so a decision on allowing assessment without an parent could occur which could lead to implication if the minor was asked to expose themselves too much for assessment purposes. However, having a policy in place give less freedom for therapist to adapt to every situation and client treatment in accordance with his or her knowledge also when the safeguarding policy changes it would need to be amended according, then the therapist
It is my belief that any research that I intend to undertake should be trustworthy, in that, the reader can count on the result of my study. All my research will be done with an open mind as to adjust if warranted. Along my life’s journey I have had to be resourceful to overcome personal adversities and I intend to use this resourcefulness whenever I am doing a study or any other assignments. My creativity will permeate throughout my study and I will endeavor to be innovative and credible. I am disciplined and will keep up any task
It embraces the view that all individuals should be valued by society by ensuring that everyone can integrate and take part in all aspects of it. This can be done by removing the barriers that make it difficult for someone to enjoy that inherent right (Frederick et. al, 2002). As a result, the act of inclusion gives an opportunity to everyone to lead full lives and to accomplish what they desire. Including people with disabilities i.e.
We will supply candidates and employees with complete and accurate information as provided by the client, regarding terms of employment, job descriptions and workplace conditions. We will take all reasonable steps to provide clients with accurate information on each candidate 's employment qualifications and experience; and will only present those candidates who have given us authorization to represent their application for employment. We will not restrict the right of a candidate or employee to accept employment of their choice. We will serve our clients, candidates and employees faithfully, with integrity and professional responsibility. We will observe the highest principles of honesty and fair practice in dealing with clients, candidates, employees and all regulatory authorities; and will respect the confidentiality of record in accordance with law and good business practices.
We must also be mindful that there are children and young people who may be at risk of Radicalisation and Extremism. Therefore, prevent training within schools is an essential need. Schools need to ensure that there is a balanced and broad curriculum which promotes the moral, social and cultural development of all children. As well as, assessing risk of pupils who may be drawn into terrorism. Manage online material and prohibit extremist speakers at any events.
Responding to the evidence of safeguarding concerns it is extremely important for every one wo work with children or young people to fully understand their own responsibilities in relation to safeguarding issue one of the most important thing to remember is that if you ever have a concern about the welfare of child or young person you should always make those concerns know to an appropriate person. In most work situation that will be your manager or supervisor local safeguarding children board and statuary or organisation with operate with each local area to ensure the services co-operated promote the welfare of child and young person. Many children living is abusive or harmful situation or in constant state to anxiety and fear.it can be therefore
To assess level of diversity and attitude of employees, patients and all other staffs within the organization. Disability Diversity All Diversity Manager. Diversity Manager. Objective 4 - We have established effective monitoring and oversight mechanisms and are proactive in managing a comprehensive knowledge base about the diversity of our organisation to assist in action planning which fulfil our equality objectives and legal responsibilities. Intervention Timescale Outcome Diversity Characteristic Responsibility 4.1 4.2 Develop, implement and monitor effectiveness of organizational strategies to encourage younger staff to engage in senior leadership roles.
In the book Catcher in the Rye by J.D Salinger, the recurring theme of protection of innocence arises. The book primarily focuses on the protection of innocence in children especially and how it affects the main characters struggle against growing up. This theme not only recurred in the book, but also reocurrs in modern society. Modern society protects the innocence in children by providing censorship on specific genres of music and tv shows and by supervising their daily activities. The main character in Catcher in the Rye protected children by trying to block out anything that could mar their minds, such as the F-words in Phoebe’s (teacher) school.