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Y Quaintrell, 2009 Implementing equality, diversity and rights
Y Quaintrell, 2009 Formal Policies Consider legislation relating to rights and inclusion; UNCRC, Human Rights Act 1998 EYFS Care Value Base Consider how each of these relates to equality and inclusion and what affect they have on the setting.
Y Quaintrell, 2009 Organisational policies Consider the policies you would put into place as a result of legislation Equal opps Inclusion Anti-discrimination
Y Quaintrell, 2009 How do these relate to the organisation of a setting? Staff recruitment – what would you consider or ensure? Development and training – what would you ensure that you provide for staff and how? Identify and remove barriers e.g. attitudes, language, mobility, discrimination, lack of information, environmental. – How would you tackle these? Confidentiality Provision that meets equal opps and inclusion Communication – with parents, staff and others
Y Quaintrell, 2009 How do these relate to the organisation of a setting? Partnerships with parents/legal guardian – how would you ensure you had positive relationships? How would you share information? How would you value the parental role and diversity?
Y Quaintrell, 2009 Role of the individual Personal awareness – how do you do this? How and why would you challenge your own beliefs? Use of language Role-modelling Applying CVB Inclusive practice – differentiation, equipment, seeking views of children and family, addressing individual needs, adhering to UNCRC etc. Confidentiality
Y Quaintrell, 2009 Task 4 p5, p6 & d2. You are going to open a new playgroup in the local Children’s Centre. This playgroup will offer sessional care to children between the ages of 2-3 years from the local community. The community has a very diverse mix of families from different cultures and backgrounds. Describe the type of practices you are going to put in place to ensure you promote equality of opportunity, inclusion and rights to everybody who will use the service (p5). You may want to consider Formal policies on equality and rights, organisational policies, working practices in children’s services, active promotion of equality and individual rights, communication: Partnerships with parents/legal guardians: How will you expect your childcare practitioners to promote inclusion in their own practice (p6). Analyse why this must be part of a practitioner’s role (d2). You may want to consider Application of care value base, Inclusive practice: in communication, care routines, play working with children in the context of the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child.