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Understanding and Researching Professional Practice

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TABLE OF CONTENTDISSERTATION CHAPTER - LITERATURE REVIEW.............................................................3“To what extent is safeguarding recognised and supported in Early Years settings and how arepractitioners trained to be aware of safeguarding?”...............................................................3Definitions of safeguarding....................................................................................................3What different theories have said about safeguarding?..........................................................3Barriers of safeguarding.........................................................................................................5Lack of skill in identifying concerns......................................................................................5Selective interpretation...........................................................................................................5Cultural bias............................................................................................................................5Confidentiality........................................................................................................................6Lack of training when it comes to children with Special educational needs..........................6Strategies of improving early years practitioners training to be more aware of safeguarding6What are the key training skills?............................................................................................6How are parents involved when it comes to safeguarding?...................................................7Do they need to have qualifications?......................................................................................8REFERENCES................................................................................................................................9
DISSERTATION CHAPTER - LITERATURE REVIEW“To what extent is safeguarding recognised and supported in Early Years settings and how arepractitioners trained to be aware of safeguarding?”.Definitions of safeguardingWhatdifferenttheorieshave said about safeguarding?Herein, Andrew and Mansour (2014) have stated it to be a profound existence of theirsafeguarding measures that is simply meant to be a substantial action that is undertaken by thepractitioners as a way of encouraging well-being of children by defending them from any sort oftraumatic disorders. It is further composed of some relational means where safeguardinginvolves some fundamental tactics to prevent the children from ill-treatment and assaultiveactions. Wherein, it is with some need base concern of protecting the children from ill health andan afflicted development by assuring a continual growth in both their mental and physical statewith a harmless provisioning of effectual care measures as conferred by Lewney and Boland(2015).Gwinner and Ward (2015) have hereby argued it to be a prompt responsibility of allindividuals to safeguard the children along with the young people where it is simply irrespectiveof their nature of employment. This means that whether they are operating in a early care settingor not, but they are entitled to help a children suffering from any stricken context of survival dueto an abusive surrounding. However, by together enlightening another fact of being moreaccountable for being associated to an early care setting, it has been aforementioned that the careproviders should be more considerate to take care of the same. For which, Nic Eoin and King(2013) have stated that they are hereby required to such policies and procedures of safeguardingin their workplace that in turn assures a safe environ for the child's. It is basically to ensure thateach and every child are being defended from any trauma irrespective of their distinct set of age,religion, gender and ethnicity, etc.Chapman and et. al. (2016) have hereby reflected an analogous viewpoint towards it andhave thus stated that this in turn requires them to follow such guidelines of safeguarding thatautomatically ensures the safety of children from adults. It is along with the security of thosechildren getting affected from other sort of risks as well. In whose context, safeguarding measure
is composed of four leading considerations with a foremost requirement of defending thechildren from any abusive and ill treatment. Another factor bestowed by Porter (2016) is ofassurance that is to forbid the context of injury from the developmental measures of child as away of promoting a healthy environment to them by together insuring their growth with a safeand effective provisioning of care. Lastly, it together means to take liable actions to enable thechildren and youngsters to be benefited from best possible outcomes.This is on referring to a factual case of child abuse with Baby P due to deficit measures ofsafeguarding who ultimately died suffering from several numbers of bruises. Where later on ittriggered a public concern supported by the concern of several media persons. This in turn hasemerged the need of implicating rigorous norms where it is with a special context of guarding thechild in nursery care homes as per the standpoint of Stanley (2009).Early care settings are composed of EYFS statutory framework as a way of setting someprompt standards for an overall development of child since their birth to the age of 5 years. It iswhere all the schools and early years providers are required to follow the set norms of EYFS.This involves the preschools, childminders and nurseries, etc. It is where this norm is focussedupon six principle areas of development in a child where in accordance to the stated clause ofEYFS Statutory Framework(2017), each and every child has a prior right of leading aconsiderable life right from their birth. Wherein, this EYFS is hereby referred to have anintegrated approach towards provisioning a composed environ of learning and care to thechildren.In context to which stated byWhat is the Early Years Foundation Stage?,(2015), wherethese standards are comprised with two distinct consideration of welfare and development. It isthus with reference to their welfare concerns that involve elementary checks as a way of assuringthe security check of all their staff members. Another is to ensure that the arranged amenities andequipments are safe for the children’s and are pertaining to a safe and secured surrounding. Thisis however with an accompanied suggestion to access some outdoor space for the children's.Statutory framework for the early year’s foundation stage(2017) with a more emphasisupon the development concerns of EYFS has specified about its six fundamental clauses with aforemost concern of developing personal, social and emotional sense of children's. Wherein,communication, literacy and language reflect another set of concern affiliated to anothercomposition of literacy supported by developing the problem solving skills and reasoning
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