5.2 outline the policies and procedures that should be followed in response to concerns or evidence of bullying and explain the reasons why they are in place
We have a Achieving positive behaviour policy that holds some info on bullying so will put the whole policy on here and then you can get details you want.
on this unit wasnt sure whether to add things that might lead to bullying e.g.Hurtful [ behaviour, rough and tumble what do you think because in this policy it states that a child cant be a bully under the age of 5.
See how you get on with
this. alot to read i'm afraid.
Equality of opportunity
1.13 Achieving positive behaviour
Our setting believes that children flourish best when their personal, social and emotional needs are met and where there are clear and developmentally appropriate expectations for their behaviour.
Children need to learn to consider the views and feelings, needs and rights, of others and the impact that their behaviour has on people, places and objects. This is a developmental task that requires support, encouragement, teaching and setting the correct example. The principles that underpin how we achieve positive and considerate behaviour exist within the programme for promoting personal, social and emotional development.
EYFS key themes and commitments
A Unique Child Positive Relationships Enabling Environments Learning and Development
1.1 Child development
1.2 Inclusive practice
1.3 Keeping safe 2.2 Parents as partners
2.3 Supporting learning 3.2 Supporting every child
3.3 The learning environment 4.4 Personal, social and emotional development
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