Describe how partnerships with carers are developed and sustained in own work setting A partnership model work around a theory of collaboration, understanding and and communication. It’s a way that helps to recognise how the best outcomes can happen for children when care, development and learning provision/a setting , a cooperatively together. A partnership model looks like this:
Identifying needs via a partnership /mullet agency document can happen though the pre CAF assessment check list and CAF common assessment framework which is shared with appropriate agencies.
Alongside the aims of home nation’s early year framework –eg England’s eyfs, Wales’ foundation phase, NI foundation stage or Scotland’s prebrith-3 &curriculum for excellence, children’s progresses seen to be greater when a partnership is supported: evidence based on EPPE project quote: This finding indicates that what parents do is more important for the academic and social/behavioural development of their than who parents are supports a joint or joined up approach . Check how your setting promotes an open door policy, involves, actively invites and work towards engaging parents/carers in the setting ‘s planning and decision making processes. How do you share observations –daily happenings’ how parents/carers contribute 7 are part of assessments 7 updates by letting setting know about development’ interests, medical and dietary needs – data protection, confidentiality act & freedom of information. Considerations to take into account for a partnership model are the potential barriers could be involved: that-- Communication & how to overcome those barriers - language, use & access to technology eg. phone, email, literacy skills technology -- Confidence & self esteem - anyone with less confidence, sense of worth and value may feel uncomfortable/incapable of imparting their ideas, views and opinions. -- Obligations of work - time, income all have a bearing on how active a...
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