Unit 013: Understand partnership working in
Services for children and young people
It is important to children that we work in partnership with parents/colleagues/other professionals so the children in the setting receive the best quality of care offered to ensure theirs needs are met. Good relationships between parent/careers colleagues and children are enormously important in the early year’s settings as they benefit everyone especially the children. Good relationships create a friendly, welcoming and safe atmosphere for children this will help them to relax and feel comfortable in the setting and will make it easier for the child to move from the care of one person to the next. Good relationships between colleagues mean that they can enjoy their work, Good relationships in teams also means that during times of stress, tiredness or difficulties, practitioners can share the burden and help each other out.
Three relevant partners for communication and information sharing within my setting are Parents/careers, practitioners and the manager of the setting. 3.
The 3 characteristics that define a good working partnership are communication, feedback and confidentiality. 4.
Three potential barriers to an effective partnership working are Lack of communication, breaking of confidentiality and lack of confidence.
In my setting Clear and effective information between partners is important because it will make a difference to the care that is provided for the child. Clear and effective information will ensure their emotional, physical and educational needs are met. 2.
The data protection Act is a piece of legislation that is designed to prevent confidential and personal information from being passed on without the persons consent. Any setting that collects and stores information about their children must register with the Data protection commission. 3.
Some conflicts are simply the result of miscommunication one conflict...
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