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describe the importance and benefits of valuing and promoting cultural diversity in work with children and young people (1.3)
Within Parkhill opportunities are provided for all children to experience each others cultures and ethnic backgrounds, [ this is to ensure that they understand and value the social and cultural diversity in their own community as well as around the world, culture can cut across nationalities and faiths and by recognizing and promoting cultural diversity and the differences of individuals and
groups within school will enhance a child’s learning and promote knowledge and understanding of all pupils. Diverse cultures in schools should be acknowledged and reflected throughout the curriculum, by incorporating music, food and stories from a range a of cultures will not only contribute to a rich and more exciting curriculum but will demonstrate that the school not only values the culture of groups but also supports all their pupils to explore and understand cultures that are not their own. By supporting and encouraging children to understand and accept cultural diversity will also prevent stereotyping and decrease prejudice and discrimination within schools. Most importantly, it will prepare children and young people for numerous changes that will happen in their lives as adults where they will inevitably be involved in mixing with adults of different cultures and backgrounds. ............ ]
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