Care values

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care value: Promoting equality and diversity
everyone should be treated fairly and given equal opportunities.
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care value: Promoting individual rights and beliefs
giving the individual a right to choose what they want and to respect that view.
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care value: Maintaining confidentiality
making sure private information is kept safe and only shared to the correct people if necassary.
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Early years: the welfare of the child is paramount
the childrens welfare should be the most important thing to consider and to act upon.
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Early years: keeping children safe
the environment should be safe and healthy for the child to work in.
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Early years: working in partnership with parents/families
families should communicate to make sure they understand the needs of the child and if any problems happened that the parent needs to know.
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Early years: childrens learning and development
children should be offered a range of different activities and experiences to develop their knowledge, but at their own pace.
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Early years: equality of opportunity
each child should be offered equality of access to learn and develop.
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Early years: Anti-discrimination
early years workers should not discriminate against any child or family.
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Early years: celebrating diversity
children should be learnt about different cultures, religions and festivals to make them more aware.
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Early years: confidentality
information should never be shared but kept in a safe palce, where people with permission can see it.
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Early years: working with other professionals
teamwork helps to maintain a safe environment and if information needs to be passed on to one person to another they need to work together to not miss anything.
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Early years: the reflective practioner
the practioner needs to be able to reflect on their work to see if it went well or could be improved, which produces better quality of work for the child to learn.
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giving the individual a right to choose what they want and to respect that view.

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care value: Promoting individual rights and beliefs

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making sure private information is kept safe and only shared to the correct people if necassary.

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the childrens welfare should be the most important thing to consider and to act upon.

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Card 5

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the environment should be safe and healthy for the child to work in.

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