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Q: explain the importance of promoting the rights of all children and young people to participation and equality of access
A: All children have the rights to access the opportunities on offer in the provision. Check Every Child Matters. [ Inclusion , SEN and equal opportunites policies are a legal requirement for settings and they should clearly state how the provision ensures that all children and their individual needs are catered for. Every child with special needs should have an individual education plan and the
setting should work in partnership with parents and other agencies involved for the benefits of the child. Pre-school settings should state their commitment to ensuring that diversity is reflected and valued within the provision and the practice should reflect this, for instance, newsletters should show awareness of the fact that many parents do not speak English as a first language and if it is not possible to translate them then they should be written in clear easy to understand format. The environment should be welcoming and show images of people from a variety of cultures. Children's background and cultures must be give respect and treated with equal concern. It is the responsibility of the setting to ensure that all children and their families are welcomed, valued and given access to the provision. Hope this helps Christine. Is this another of your NVQ4 modules? ]
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User: explain the importance of promoting the rights of all children and young people to participation and equality of access

Weegy: All children have the rights to access the opportunities on offer in the provision. Check Every Child Matters. [ Inclusion , SEN and equal opportunites policies are a legal requirement for settings and they should clearly state how the provision ensures that all children and their individual needs are catered for. Every child with special needs should have an individual education plan and the setting should work in partnership with parents and other agencies involved for the benefits of the child. Pre-school settings should state their commitment to ensuring that diversity is reflected and valued within the provision and the practice should reflect this, for instance, newsletters should show awareness of the fact that many parents do not speak English as a first language and if it is not possible to translate them then they should be written in clear easy to understand format. The environment should be welcoming and show images of people from a variety of cultures. Children's background and cultures must be give respect and treated with equal concern. It is the responsibility of the setting to ensure that all children and their families are welcomed, valued and given access to the provision. Hope this helps Christine. Is this another of your NVQ4 modules? ]
McFann|Points 50|

User: explain the importance and benefits of valuing and promoting cultural diversity in work with children and young people

Weegy: How we do this ? By making children feel valued and good about themselves. ? By ensuring that children have equality of access to learning. ? By making adjustments to the environment and resources toaccommodate a wide range of cultures. ? By [ positively reflecting the widest possible range of communities in thechoice of resources. ? By avoiding stereotypes or derogatory images in the selection of booksor other visual materials. ? By celebrating a wide range of festivals eg Diwali and Eid. ? By creating an environment of mutual respect and tolerance. ? By having displays celebrating the multi-cuturalism of the school egworld flags ? By encouraging positive behaviour in children eg kindness and inclusion. ? By learning about different faiths and cultural practices as part of thecurriculum. ? By celebrating important events eg Black History Month ]
martinfrank|Points 20|

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