1. Understand how the social, economic and cultural environment can impact on the outcomes of life chances of children and young people
1.1. Describe the social, economic and cultural factors that will impact on the lives of children and young people. There is a chart on page 186 of your text book with outlines all the factors and the possible effect on the lives of children. When you read through them you can see how these can impact the lives of young people.
1.2. Explain the importance and impact of poverty on outcomes and life chances for children and young people. Page 186-188 in text book. Children who are brought up in a disadvantaged background fare badly in terms of earning and employment chances as young adults. Many children will continue to live in the same way they were brought up because either they haven’t been given any other choices in life or they are accepting of the way they were brought up. 1.3. Explain the role of children and young people’s personal choices and experiences on their outcomes and life chances. For children to achieve in life they need to be given choices and a wide range of experiences. Those children that are given choices are given a way to change their life if they wish to take it. Settings give children plenty of choice in the sessions and offer many life experiences both within the setting and with visitors and trips. You can’t make a child make the right choice but you can show they exciting possibilities and opportunities that hopefully they will want to chose.
Positive environment A positive environment is one that supports all aspects of the child’s development; staff members/carers can provide the children different ways to extend their developments. By doing activities and guiding the children through their learning, this creates a positive environment for them. Example: Reading and writing activities will help the child or young person’s cognitive ...
2. Understand how practitioners can make a positive difference in outcomes for children and young people.
2.1. Identify the positive outcomes for children and young people that practitioners should be striving to achieve.
Your text book will say Every Child Matters but it has been renamed and is now call Helping Children Achieve More. There are still five outcomes: Health, safeguarding and security, education, employment and skills, engagement and participation.
2.2. Explain the importance of designing services around the needs of children and young people.
Spider diagram on page 192 shows how we design children’s services and it’s important to do this so they are offered the best possible opportunities to achieve their full potential.
2.3. Explain the importance of active participation of children and young people in decisions affecting their lives.
Active participation gives the children and parents a say in how provision is made for them. This is important as it is a requirement of the EYFS and also helps to make the children more confident and able to tackle situations that are new to them.
2.4. Explain how to support children and young people according to their age, needs and abilities to make personal choices and experiences that have a positive impact on their lives.
List some of the ways you give children choices within the setting and how these have a positive impact on their lives.
3. Understand the possible impact of disability, special requirements (additional needs) and attitudes on positive outcomes for children and young people. 3.1. Explain the potential impact of disability on the outcomes and life chances of children and young people.
The Term Paper on Communication and Professional Relationships with Children, Young People and Adults 5
... a good outcome from any situation. Explain the principles of relationship building with children, young people and adults 1. 2 When trying to develop positive relationships ... Explain how you use effective communication in developing positive relationships with children, young people and adults. Why is this important? 1. 1 In developing positive relationships we ...
You will need to give a couple of different examples of the impact of disability on the outcomes of life chances as dependant on the disability, dependant on the impact. Page 197 will help. However after the para Olympics nothing now seems impossible.
3.2. Explain the importance of positive attitudes towards disability and specific requirements.
Young children are very accepting of differences and it’s only as they go to school that they begin to be less accepting. Children shouldn’t be labelled and every possible attempt at making the activity and setting appropriate for that child should be done. Again a positive ‘what can they do’ rather than ‘what can’t they do’ helps to build the childs self esteem and make them accepted by their peers. Again the para Olympics have been an eye opener for this.
3.3. Explain the social and medical models of disability and the impact of each on practice. Key terms are on page 199 explaining this and you need to add how they impact in practice.
3.4. Explain the different types of support that are available for disabled children and young people and those with specific requirements.
Again dependant on the disability, depends on the support they will need. There is a list of examples on page 200 of the book to help you. 4 Understand the important of equality, diversity and inclusion in promoting positive outcomes for children and young people 4.1 Explain the meaning of equality, diversity and inclusion in the context of positive outcomes for children and young people.
Definitions are on page 201 and the context of positive outcomes are that by applying these it protects and promotes children’s rights.
4.2 Compare giving examples ways in which services for children and young people and their carers take account and promote equality, diversity and inclusion to promote positive outcomes.
How to do make sure that each of the above is fulfilled in the nursery and what impact does it have on the children and family? For example if you have posters and toys showing different nationalities this shows children that there are other people in the world and they may not all look the same but they can all play and learn and do things that they can do. This will help them accept different cultures.
The Term Paper on Explain the Principals of Relationship Building with Children, Young People and Adults
When children are very young, always bring yourself down to their level. Sit on the ground next to them or sit on a chair equal to the size of their own. Having an adult towering over them whilst in conversation must be very intimidating. This in turn helps the child have eye contact with you so they can be assured of your full attention. Looking around the room while you are talking to them is ...