Children & young people's workforce by Kate Beith; et al

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It is very important that you take these requirements seriously as they are designed for the well-being of both children and adults, and not for the sake of creating more paperwork. Once you have read about the standards identified below you will understand why you there are so many files in your setting’s office. Standards that influence your role are: ⦁⦁ codes of practice, such as internal policies and procedures of setting ⦁⦁ regulations, such as the Health and Safety at Work Act, Children Act 2004 ⦁⦁ National Minimum Standards, such as EYFS welfare requirements ⦁⦁ National Occupational Standards, such as Sector Standards used to develop qualifications and courses.

1. What stereotypes like this have you encountered? 2. Why do you think people make assumptions like this? If we think about children in stereotyped ways, we focus on only one aspect of who they are instead of seeing them as unique individuals. This can lead us into making assumptions about what an individual child can achieve, and limit the expectations and aspirations which we – and they – have for: ⦁⦁ their abilities ⦁⦁ how it is appropriate for them to behave ⦁⦁ their future achievements. 30 SHC 23 Introduction to equality & inclusion If we have limited expectations like these, we may be led into discriminating against certain children by: ⦁⦁ failing to offer them challenging and stretching opportunities for learning ⦁⦁ not encouraging them to have ambitious aims for their future.

You may have to adapt the way you work with a child according to their individual needs and characteristics, so you ensure they have access to the opportunities that will help them to get the most out of life. For example, you could use foam shapes to provide support for a child with cerebral palsy so they can reach play equipment as well as other children can. One way of overcoming stereotypical expectations about children’s potential and possible future roles and promoting equality of opportunity is by providing positive images.

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