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4.2-4.3 Unit 24- Physical Education and the care of young people - Legislation

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Transcript of 4.2-4.3 Unit 24- Physical Education and the care of young people - Legislation

Physical Education and the care of young people
Legislation, policies and procedures
Unit 24
EVERYBODY'S
What is the sentence describing ?

is used to protect children and young people who are suffering, or who are at risk from, harm.
Child Protection
HEALTH
SAFETY
SECURITY
&
HYGIENE
UNIT 3: ASSESSING RISK IN SPORT .... :/
Guidelines
LOCAL AUTHORITY GUIDELINES
Are you safe ?
Staff Behavior
POLICE SCREENING OF STAFF
ON THE FLIP CHART PAPER WRITE AT LEAST ONE THING YOU KNOW ABOUT A CRB CHECK
No confusion about the relationship between you and the young person
Why is it important to ensure appropriate boundaries at all times ?
Recognising the signs of neglect and abuse
Procedures and policies for expressing concerns about children's welfare


Roles and Responsibilities .
Whistle blowing
Increase retention
Activity 1
Darren-
The Children Act
Lily -
The Protection of
Children Act
Logan
-Care Standards Act
Jose-
Every Child Matters & the Children Act
Jordan-
Safeguarding Vulnerable child Groups Act
Whilst the music plays display the key points from your selected legislation on the flip chart paper on the wall
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NATIONAL
WORKING TOGETHER TO SAFEGUARD CHILDREN (2006)
LOCAL
The programme is controlled on a local level by
LOCAL
What could be the link between this from National to local?
Local Safeguarding Children Boards
In your envelope answer the question given to you
Activity 2
Activity 3
Watching the video define the term and how it relates to safeguarding children and young people
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http://www.hangman.no/
Activity 4
VITAL TO GOVERN THESE WHEN WORKING IN THE SPORT ENVIRONMENT.
Safeguarding self
Unit 24 Physical Education and the care of young children
'Working together to safeguard children'
Specialist Workshops
Sports coach UK
FA
RFU
Local authorities

Duties underpinned by
Children Act (1989) and Protection of children Act (1999)
Must be aware of these guidelines to protect yourself
Activity 1
Make a list of things that you should never do when working with children and young people?
Allow / Engage in touching
Allow inappropriate language
Enter into a adult relationship with a person under 18, even with consent
Allow allegations to go unrecorded, unchallenged or not acted on
Activity 2
Activity 3
Understanding Neglect and Abuse
Neglect
Physical Abuse
Sexual Abuse
Emotional abuse
Bully Harassment
Describe and explain the one handed to you
Significant changes in the child's behavior
Unexplained bruising
cuts or marks
Change in child's well being and comments that cause concern
laid out in

'what to do if you are worried a child is being abused-summary'
(DCSF)

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Activity 5
Case Study
You work at a local leisure centre that offers swimming lessons in the pool for children and young people of different ages. You are one of three swimming teachers working with different groups and the leisure centre manager is appointed child protection and welfare officer.

Jack is five years old. He has swimming lessons at the local leisure center during the weekend and during the holidays. He comes from a very respectable family. His father is a local businessman and his mother a teacher. With their jobs, Jacks parents are often busy and are in a hurry when they come to collect Jack. Jack in generally a very happy boy- he always joins in with lessons and gets on well with other children in the group.

Last week, Jacks father came to pick him up from swimming lessons and appeared unusually rushed. Before Jack had finished getting changed, his father put him in the car and drove off at speed. This week, Jack has arrived at the lesson as normal, his father seems much less rushed and Jack is his usual happy self. When Jack comes out to the pool, you notice that he has five straight red marks across the back of his thigh
1. is their anything strange about the nature of the marks on Jacks legs

2. Do you have any reason to be concerend and why

3. What should you do in this situation.
Activity 6
Which two members of Germany's 2006 World Cup squad played in England at the time ?
Jens Lehmann Robert Huth
Learner Outcomes
1. Identify specific guidelines to help protect and support those in a position of responsibility of children and young people
2. Be able to explain the correct staff behavior when working with children and young people
3.Procedures and policies for expressing concerns about children's welfare
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