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Explain why effective communication is important in developing positive relationships with children, young people and adults
You need to have positive relationships within a nursery setting because children can sense if adults do not get on. The ability to talk to other adults will give you more support in the workplace, [ you can share ideas and offer support. You must also feel you can talk to parents/carers, they need to feel they can open up to you and share any information. ]
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