Latest news

  • in

    Rachel and her Children essay

    We see them almost everywhere! We can hear them around the corner, and we see their shadow from far away. We try to avoid looking directly into their eyes, and we pretend we did not hear them when they talk to us. We walk around the block to avoid them, and walk faster to leave […] More

  • in

    Unit 4 keeping children safe

    Identify legislation which influences healthy, safe and secure environments for early year’s settings According to www.hse.gov.uk “COSHH is the law that requires employers to control substances that are hazardous to health[1]. You can prevent or reduce workers exposure to hazardous substances by finding out what the health hazards are, deciding how to prevent harm to […] More

  • in

    Children Youth and Environments Journal

    The Role of the Youth in Establishing Unity in a Diversified Multicultural Society Years passed, adults have tried to control youth because they represent the future. Young people often fight back, trying to create their own world that is separate from their parents. At the end of World War II they were finally given a […] More

  • in

    Crime-free Children Today

    Open a newspaper or switch on the radio for news and you will no doubt see a number of horrifying crimes reported there – murder, rape and robberies are no longer surprising or shocking news to the Indian citizens. But what can shock us is the fact that most, at least a third, of the […] More

  • in

    Courage Mother and her Children critique

    “Mother Courage and Her Children” by Bertolt Brecht took place during the 30 Years’ War in Europe. The whole play revolved around the survival of a lower class family, trying to live through the harsh war with their canteen wagon business. Each scene in the play contained the factors of religious, honesty, war, loyalty, and […] More

  • in

    The Unknown Struggles of Homeless Children

    This research assessed the struggles of homeless children. The study compared the educational struggles of a random sampling of children living in stable environments to children who are considered “homeless.” Homeless refers to any child or youth who lack a fixed, regular, and adequate nighttime residence. The study revealed the number of homeless children is […] More

  • in

    Street children in India

    According to the definition of the UNICEF, a street child is someone from whom the street has become his or her home and source of living; and who isn’t protected by responsible adults. Thus, the term “street children” refers to children who work and live on their own on the street. Because it is difficult […] More

  • in

    Promote equality and diversity in work with children and young people

    These were put into place to ensure that all organisations and agencies involved with children between birth and 19 years should work together ensure that children have the support needed to be healthy, stay safe, enjoy and achieve, make a positive contribution and ahieve economic well-being. The key aspect of the Act was to overhaul […] More

  • in

    How TV Can Effect Children Positively

    Introduction: I decided to see if television, which is notorious for having negative effects on children’s education and attitudes, could have any positive effects. Surprisingly, there is a fair amount of studies that have been done that have seen positive correlations between TV-viewing and academic and social success, though there are even more sources that […] More

  • in

    Developmental need of children from ages 0-8 years

    Development is the process of learning new skills and abilities. A child’s development is the term given to the development of infants through childhood. Although all children will go through the same stages of development, not all of them will go through these stages at the same time. Childs development can be measured by the […] More

  • in

    Communication with children

    There are many reasons why people communicate these are as follows: Building relationship, it is very important to build a relationship with the children, young people, colleagues and people around us. For instance in the setting I work, the nursery, we communicate all the time to the parents and children to have positive relationship so […] More

  • in

    Safeguarding the Welfare of Children and Young People

    This pack is designed to support you in producing evidence for your qualification. You can either complete the sheets enclosed or create your own way of presenting your evidence. Outcome 1 1.1) Identify the current legislation, guidelines, policies and procedures for safeguarding the welfare of children and young people including e-safety. 1.2) Describe the roles […] More

  • in

    Equality, Diversity and Inclusion in Work with Children and Young People

    Equality Act 2010 in Schools The Equality Act 2010 is the law which bans unfair treatment and helps achieve equal opportunities in the workplace and in wider society. The Act brings together and replaces the previous anti-discrimination laws, such as the Disability Discrimination, Race Relations and Equal Pay Acts with a single Act. The majority […] More

  • in

    Partnership working in services for children and young people

    1.1 Explain why working in partnership with others is important for children and young people. Agencies working with one another in partnership is important as it enables information and concerns to be shared, this helps with the overall development of the child. It can be used to keep a child safe from harm,(every child matters […] More

  • in

    Positive environments for children and young people

    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 […] More

  • in

    Different types of bullying and the potential effects on children

    Explain different types of bullying and the potential effects on children and young people. Bullying is a very serious issue and has a major effect on and lots of children and young people. Many children feel depressed, I’m happy and sometimes suicidal and have no self esteem. there are different types of bullying these are;- […] More

  • in

    Support children and young people’s positive behaviour

    Introduction This assignment will demonstrate the knowledge and understanding of why it is important for all staff to be consistent and fair when applying boundaries and rules for children and young people. Also outlining the implications that inconsistent application of rules may have and applying the rules and boundaries in accordance with the policies and […] More

  • in

    A Man with Five Children

    Prescriptions Statement In this elective students explore a variety of texts that deal with the ways in which individuals and communities experience and live in a global context. Students consider the positive and negative aspects of the global village and the consequences of these on attitudes, values and beliefs. Students also consider the role and […] More

  • in

    Ensuring children and young people’s safety

    Ensuring children and young people’s safety and welfare in the work setting is an essential part of safeguarding. While children are at school, practitioners act in ‘loco parentis’ while their parents are away. As part of their legal and professional obligations, practitioners hold positions of trust and a duty of care to the children in […] More

  • in

    Communication and Professional Relationships with Children, Young People and Adults

    Unit 301 – Communication and professional relationships with children, young people and adults. 1.1 – Effective communication is important in developing positive relationships with children, young people and adults because it ensures strong relationships between on another and helps create a positive working environment. By demonstrating and modelling effective communication skills with others you will […] More

  • in

    Understand how to support positive outcomes for children

    1.1Describe the social economic and cultural factors that will impact on the lives of children and young people. When working with children and young people you have to keep in mind that every child is different and unique in their own way. To do this you need to understand the possible impact that the social […] More

  • in

    Support Children and Young People

    All children and young people have rights. Most references to rights are about what is recieved to children from others, particularly from their parents and the goverenment and its agencies. Children and young people with special educational needs have a unique knowledge of their own needs and circumstances and their own views about what sort […] More

  • in

    How to plan and provide environments and services support children

    Describe the factors to take into account when planning healthy and safe indoor and outdoor environments and services: All staff has a duty of care for children and each other within the setting. It is important that everybody is aware of government legislation regarding the schools Health and Safety policy in regards to potential risks […] More

  • in

    Technology and Its Effects on Children

    The use of technology has skyrocketed over the past few years, with a whopping ninetyfive percent of people utilizing the internet, constantly checking smartphones, and relying on other forms of media for entertainment, socializing, or work related instances. Compared with the digital satellites, MP3 players, and Palm Pilots of the 1990s, the technology today has […] More

  • in

    Outline the current policies and legislation relating to children

    There are many policies and procedures within the UK that outline the current legislation and guidelines to help with safeguarding children:- United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child 1989. This law ensures that children are safe and looked after. It states that children have the right to be protected from all forms of […] More

  • in

    Internet and Children

    Nowadays, in the world in which we live, violence is reported everywhere. It makes parents became worried. So, they try to protect their children from the adverse impacts in society. But although society has taught us that violence is not accepted, in the essay “Violent Media is Good for Kids,” Gerard Jones tries to convince […] More

Load More
Congratulations. You've reached the end of the internet.