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CCLD 201 Contribute to positive relationships | NVQ CCLD Level 2 & Level 3 Answers

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K2C14 How children’s ability to communicate can affect their behaviour

When an adult communicates with a child with positive actions, they in turn receive a positive input to them and so this reflects on the child’s behaviour, producing a calmer, happy and confident child that is well behaved and respectful. When a child suffers criticism and is put down then this will force negative behaviour. […]

K2M12 Organisational policy regarding information exchange

When dealing with confidentiality I adhere to the Data Protection Act 1998, I maintain confidentiality when dealing with any personal information about a child. I treat all information that has been given to me as confidential following the guidelines of my settings confidentiality policy, I would only disclose information to the relevant professionals on a […]

K2C10 How to cope with disagreements with adults

Disagreements happen. Conflicts can have adverse effects on us all. As individual, whether at home, work or social setting we all have different opinions, values and concerns. Some conflicts are minor and others can become major. Usually conflicts are not resolved until we deal with them. One of the people involved in the conflict must […]

K2C6 The key features of effective communication and why it is important to model this when interacting with adults and children

Timing, eye contact, make sure your not passive or aggressive but assertive instead, and state your case clearly and you need to make sure both parties understand what it is that you have said – which means honesty and trust between you because if they just want to get out of there they will just […]

K2D5 Why it is important to help children make choices and how you can assist them to do this

Making choices is like any other skill. Unless it is practiced, it will not develop. The choices given should match the skill level of the child. For instance, you might ask whether a child wants to use the puzzles or the blocks. If the child chooses to use the clay instead of either of the […]

K2C1 The importance of giving children full attention when listening to them and how you demonstrate this through body language, facial expression, speech and gesture

Good listening is one of the most important skills we as carer or parent. We want to strengthen our relationships with children, and one of the best ways to do this is through our active, caring listening. Our undivided attention to what our children are saying tells them that they are important to us. It […]

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