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E4- Describe how the policies and procedures promote fair, just and inclusive strategies

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E4- Describe how the policies and procedures promote fair, just and inclusive strategies It is really important that we follow the setting?s inclusion policy and procedure to promote fairness for genders, all religion and all races and children with disability. There are different policies and procedure which is followed by the staff who work with children for example:- Race Relations Act 1976 Sex Discrimination Act 1975 & 1986 Disability Discrimination Act 1995 and Disability Act 2000 Special Educational Needs and Disability Act 2001 The Race Relation Act 1976 promotes fairness and inclusion by making it against the law to discriminate people based on race nationality or colour. According to Penny Tassoni, Level 3, Childcare and Education, 4th edition page 116 ? The Race Relation Act applies to employment opportunities within the a setting but also the way that a setting might treat a child or their parents?. ...read more.

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This means that this Act gives the opportunity for the disable children, which also link to the Every Child Matters programme. This Act also give the right for parents and children to access mainstream education. This Act ensures that practitioner must make the child feel valued and welcome because this will help the child to gain more confidence and it will also increase the child?s self-esteem, how we can do this in practice is by making adjustments for them for example, a child who has hearing problem, we can provide a hearing loops or a signer for the child when doing activities. Settings can also promote fairness and inclusion by doing activities with the children for example jigsaw puzzles in different ethnic group. For example different skin colour, race etc. or they can promote that in different activities for example at free play time children can have play people, where there?s different people e.g. ...read more.

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Settings can also promote inclusion by putting images about different cultures for example, picture of people from different background. We can provide toys for children to make them feel that their background is respected for example, play people. Settings may have to make few adjustments for disabled children or parents for example, lifts for people with wheelchair or ramps and accessible corridors, this means open space and the corridor should be big enough to take a child or parent in a wheel chair if needed. Sometimes settings have to provide food for children in different ways for example, Halal foods for Muslims children or a Child who is allergic to certain food for example a child in my setting who is allergic to banana, so when providing food for this child at snack time or dinner time, the staff have to ensure that it does not contain banana. So parents and the staff make sure that settings provide right food for individual child. ...read more.

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