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Explain why it is important to communicate effectively with adults in the childrens care learning and development sector.

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Unit 1 â Task 3 Part 2 Explain why it is important to communicate effectively with adults in the childrenâs care learning and development sector. When early years workers are working with children it means that they will also have to work with adults whether it is the childrenâs parents, colleagues or other professionals. They need to be able to communicate effectively with all adults when they are in the early years worker role in order for everyone to work together with the interests of the child and their well-being being put first. Children are very good at picking up on peoples bad relationships and people who are communicating poorly when these people are close and important to them. ...read more.

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working together in the interest of the children, as well as for the childrenâs interests as far as consistency goes and the continuity of their care and learning opportunities. It is important that all early years workers communicate effectively with the parents and carers of the children that are in their care in order for them to be see as a good practitioner to the parents and also so the workers are able to talk to the parents or carers about any issues the children may be having in the nursery, any concerns that they may have, anything that has happened or just generally how they are doing and developing. ...read more.

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There will be professionals that come in to inspect the setting and make sure that it is running as it should do, this would mainly be Ofsted, the setting may have social services come in as they are involved with a child who is either already in care and there is a chance that the child is having troubles at home. Whether it is these professionals or others it is important that early years workers communicate effectively with them in order for the children to be seen as being in the best interest of the worker, as well as the workers being able to tell the professional what they want to in the right way and without giving them the wrong message. Bridie Burgess CCLD 12B Mrs Whittington Unit 1 â Task4 ...read more.

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