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Identify a range of sources of information,advice and support about diversity,equality and inclusions.

(14 Posts)
NotInTheMood Thu 22-Mar-12 19:59:48

and describe how and when to access information advice and support about diversity,equality and inclusion. Help stuck on this question just need ideas of what I should be writing and pointing in the right direction can anyone help?

HSMM Thu 22-Mar-12 20:04:05

Library
Council training
internet
Colleagues
???

NotInTheMood Thu 22-Mar-12 20:10:47

So things like leaflets, posters, government websites is fine. I am supposed to be doing a 15 min taped discussion with my tutor so kind of wondering what else she might be looking for eek

NotInTheMood Thu 22-Mar-12 20:14:05

Thank you HSMM good to know I am on the right track

HSMM Thu 22-Mar-12 20:26:17

No idea whether I'm right. Just throwing in some ideas grin

DeepThought Thu 22-Mar-12 20:40:25

yep I agree these are some of the hows

I am thinking about the whens

off to ponder, back later

DeepThought Thu 22-Mar-12 20:46:08

ok

whens

when a child starts with you, you gather info about family background which might trigger an evaluation of your setting and resources

your obs might flag up issues as time progresses (mobility, S &L, communication, hearing, vision um um um bet there's more)

going through the self evaluation process may illuminate areas of your practice that need reviewing

any good?

DeepThought Thu 22-Mar-12 20:47:27

when a parent approaches you to share information about their child's health/ development

??

DeepThought Thu 22-Mar-12 20:52:18

another how is your Early Years Team

(tell me when to shut up, I don't half drone on grin)

DeepThought Thu 22-Mar-12 20:53:12

and another how - your equality policy should have some stuff in it

NotInTheMood Thu 22-Mar-12 22:38:48

No this is all helpful stuff Deepthought

cynthia1111 Sun 28-Jul-13 21:48:05

Hi im also stuck on this can someone help me also

thanks

insancerre Thu 01-Aug-13 17:44:57

the Equality Act 2010 is a good place to start to check your lagl responsibilities
as is the EYFS website
also your local children's centre should be able to offer leaflets
look at your inclusion policy as well as your equal opportunities policy and also your sen policy
also the ofsted website has lots of useful info
don't forget that diversity and inclusion also applies to the parents of the children who attend as well as any visitors and any assistants you may use

ajdinsusic Sat 21-Dec-13 21:38:21

please can i have some help with question

describe how and when to access information advice and support about diversity, equality and inclusion

please give me some answers A.S.A.P

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