Unit 3 Safeguarding The Welfare of Children and Young People
Explain the outcomes of the Every Child Matters agenda (1.1).
Every Child Matters is every child is to be treated equally regardless of background, race, ability and sexual orientation.
It is recognised that every child should have the support they need. Children should be protected from harm, promoted from their well being. Every Child Matters is the national framework which gives them opportunities to provide services example schools, hospitals and the police for children.
There are five outcomes of every child matters: Be healthy, Stay safe, Enjoy and achieve, Make a positive contribution and Achieve economic well ...view middle of the document...
By making young people develop independent behaviour.
Economic Well –being includes ways in which providers prepare learners for the skills and knowledge needed for employment example teamwork, career advice and training. Children play to develop skills and reach their full potential. Parents should engage in their children’s learning.
These five outcomes are The Children Act 2004.
Identify the current legislation, guidelines, policies and procedures for safeguarding children and young people including safety (1.1).
Children’s Act 1989 introduced children’s rights, children’s needs and child protection. This Act looks at involving parents and making families join together. Schools should be inspected and staff that work with children should respect their race, culture, religion and language so that each child is valued as an individual.
This Act protects children at risk of harm and neglect from negative outcomes and support all children to develop the full potential.
Children’s Act 2004 is concerned with child protection. This Act states that the interest of children and young people are established in all consideration of welfare and safeguarding. Children are everyone’s responsibility. Safeguarding can only be achieved by improving the outcomes for children and young people including their health, education, development and safety.
The Education Act 2002 which sets out the responsibilities of Local Education Authorities, governing bodies, head teachers and everyone else that works in schools to ensure that children are safe and free from harm.
Working together to safeguard children 2010 is those that work with people in health, education, social services, police and probation officers. This guideline provides guidance on how organisations and practitioner work together to keep children safe and promote the welfare of children and young people.
Bullying is deliberately hurtful behaviour. It is usually repeated, often over a period of time and when it is difficult for those being bullied to defend themselves. There are a number of types of bullying: emotional, physical, verbal, racist, sexual and cyber bullying. Bullying makes people unhappy and leads to low self-esteem. Pupils who are being bullied are unlikely to concentrate fully on their schoolwork. Some pupils avoid being bullied by not attending school.
Cyber bullying is the deliberate, repeated and intentional victimisation of a person who cannot easily defend themselves by using computer example malicious messages sent by text or to the web are cyber bullying. Hacking into some ones account or changing their profile or posting embarrassing personal information about another person. Cyber bullying can happen during the day or at night. Another example us that somebody might click on a new face book group which has been set up for the specific purposes of bullying somebody and comment without thinking.
Safeguarding and protecting is protecting children...