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Old 01-06-2012, 05:26 PM
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Can anyone help me on this one, hit a brick wall;
Explain the role of children's and young people's personal choices and experiences on their outcomes and life chances? Cant even seem to get started never mind finished any help would be much appreciated thanks!
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hi i am doing these questions.i wrote that children should be encouraged to contribute their experiences and views, to help them make personal choices. also for children to help set rules for the setting that they attented. This would help them to follow their own rules and make their own choice to follow the rules or not.If they did not follow the rules then they will know what the conquences would be. Hope this helps.
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Old 01-09-2012, 05:59 PM
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Thanks for that, got me going
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In accordance with Article 13 of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of a Child, the outcomes of the Governments Every Child Matters framework and the Early Years Foundation Stage, children should be provisioned for by ensuring that children are involved and engaged with, allowing them to be heard, to make decisions, contribute their experiences and be supported and safeguarded throughout their development. Even from an early age, children’s choices, even simple ones, can have an impact on their life chances and outcomes such as choosing which toys to play with at pre-school or which friends to play with, a child may develop a friendship with another child who is perhaps a bit louder and boisterous and may display unwanted behaviour, this choice of friend may have a negative impact on the child's behaviour at home or in other settings they move onto. Whilst the child has the right to choose their friends, it is our responsibility to involve the child in setting expectations of their behaviour and help them to make a positive contribution, which is one of the outcomes of the ECM framework.
Children and young people throughout their lives will make choices such as whether to eat healthily or unhealthily or start smoking or drinking, as any early years setting we ensure that we offer healthy snacks and encourage parents to supply healthy balanced lunchboxes, we involve the children in activities and discussions about the importance of healthy living but there will come a point where they can choose for themselves. If a child/young person chooses to eat unhealthily this will have a negative impact on their wellbeing, they could become overweight, develop diabetes and it could exclude them from taking part in activities, this could continue and have a negative knock on effect throughout their lives perhaps causing them to suffer low self esteem and become withdrawn from social situations.
A child may be raised in an environment where they are allowed to play violent computer games or have families who are in trouble with the police. These experiences could have a negative impact on the way the child/young person develops and integrates into society, they may choose to act the same way and get in trouble or they may not like what they have experienced and choose not to.
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Old 01-10-2012, 05:44 PM
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That's great, gracygrey,thanks a lot, can hand this unit in
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Hi can anyone help please I need to do theses 2 questions that assessor has done my mind gone blank need to do these 2 by Monday Please please please
For cyp3.7 4.2 Discuss 3 services for children & families that you are aware of and compare how they work inclusively to promote positive outcomes– does any service do it better than the others?


2.2 Why is it important to design childcare services with the needs of children and young people foremost in mind?

What would be the effect of designing children’s services without considering what children need and without consultation with families?
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