Assessment should continue throughout a period of intervention, and intervention may start at the beginning of an assessment.
Every service has to play its part. The needs, rights and views of the child are at the centre of all 1. Each stage, from infancy to adolescence, lays the foundation for more complex development.
The significance of seeing and observing the child cannot be overstated. Values Every child and young person should be able to grow up free from the fear of abuse or neglect. Such natural supports include family, school, and community resources, as well as developmentally appropriate peer support programs.The purpose of all interventions should be to achieve the best possible outcomes for each child, recognising that each child is unique. Safeguarding children should be considered a continuing process, not a single event. The way adults treat children can give strong 1 Avoid stereotyping. The child's context will be even more complex when they are living away from home and looked after by adults who do not have parental responsibility for them. In order to evaluate its practice the setting will need to assess whether the In order to evaluate its practice the setting will need to assess whether the practice meets the requirements and targets of its policy or whether its practice practice meets the requirements and targets of its policy or whether its practice 13 13 Home Learning College Home Learning College falls short of these targets and requirements. They will need comfort and the child who has been the object of the prejudice. Encourage warm and caring relationships between child and carer that nurture attachment and create a sense of belonging so that the child or young person feels safe, valued and protected. Introduction "The support and protection of children cannot be achieved by a single agency. Safer Working Practices All agencies and staff involved in safeguarding children have a duty to help keep children safe. Develop services that address health and wellbeing and promote high-quality care.
Professional knowledge, skills and values are shared appropriately in 8. Reacting to instances of prejudice or discrimination Reacting to instances of prejudice or discrimination Prejudice can be described as an attitude, opinion or feeling, usually negative, Prejudice can be described as an attitude, opinion or feeling, usually negative, that is formed without knowledge, thought or reason.By the age of two to three a child is aware of the people at a very early age. It will also be necessary to make sure that it is being implemented and to decide whether any further action is needed to ensure that it is being to decide whether any further action is needed to ensure that it is being effective. Every service has to play its part. The environment that they are brought up in is we live in and the media. Rooted in Child Development Those working with children should have a detailed understanding of child development, and how the quality of the care they receive can impact on their health and development. Case Recording 1. Information Sharing and Confidentiality. These outcomes should contribute to the key outcomes set out for all children in the Children Act see Paragraph 1.
Using Interpreters with Family Members 1. Develop services that address health and wellbeing and promote high-quality care.
Decisions based on these judgements should be kept under review, and take full account of any new information obtained during the course of work with the child and family.