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thanks but it is not clear that what is school`s role
It is the role of schools to: -take all reasonable steps to keep students safe at school -support students in arrangements to have their health care needs met so that they can participate in their learning program -administer prescribed medication [ in response to parents' written requests following consultation with staff and parents and the supply of necessary -medication and consumables by parents -administer specific health care procedures in response to parents' written requests following consultation with staff and parents and the supply of -necessary medication and consumables by
parents -share medical information with others who need to know emphasising the need to use it sensitively and confidentially -develop an individual health care plan where required or where principal determines it will be helpful -provide emergency care -provide support for staff to access relevant allowances and training. ]
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what is the role of schools in national policies relaring to children,young people and families
Weegy: Anyone working with children young people and families cannot escape the significance of policy ? any workplace will have policies on a wide range of issues, for example on health and safety, [ [ safeguarding children and young people or equal opportunities. Policies exist at the local level as described here, but also at a national level, for example the broad sweep of policy ideas and issues which comprise Every Child Matters or Youth Matters. The local policies which govern dayto-day practice are a reflection of the concerns and priorities of national policy. Policy around children, young people and families is therefore an area of social policy which can be described as the study of the way in which governments seek to influence social life. In this sense anyone working in this area can be said to be working in a political arena. It is therefore one of the central arguments of both this chapter and the book more generally that to understand the role of a practitioner working with children, young people and families, we need to understand the political context in which it takes place. In order to understand the way in which policy is created we need to look briefly at how government operates in the United Kingdom but with specific reference to England. ] ] (More)
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