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provide examples to explain the importance of a child or young person centred aproach in safeguarding matters perhaps stating for example the importance of asking children about their feelings in
matters involving home life and how they would like things to change
Sir/Madam, It is important for children and young people to be protected from harm within school/college to help them learn and thrive. This can only be achieved when they are healthy, safe and their welfare is promoted. [ [ [ Educational achievement is an effective way for children to increase their chances to flourish and work their way out of poverty and away from harm. 3.2 An explanation
of 'policies and procedures' that are in place to protect children and young people and adults who work with them. to read more about it log on to this site: ] ] ]
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User: provide examples to explain the importance of a child or young person centred aproach in safeguarding matters perhaps stating for example the importance of asking children about their feelings in matters involving home life and how they would like things to change

Weegy: Sir/Madam, It is important for children and young people to be protected from harm within school/college to help them learn and thrive. This can only be achieved when they are healthy, safe and their welfare is promoted. [ [ [ Educational achievement is an effective way for children to increase their chances to flourish and work their way out of poverty and away from harm. 3.2 An explanation of 'policies and procedures' that are in place to protect children and young people and adults who work with them. to read more about it log on to this site: ] ] ]
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