Explain why working in partnership with others is important for children and young people.

Working in partnership with others is very important for children and young people, it helps them to have regular routine. This is very essential as it provides them with sense of security and have a good sense of structure for the day. It also helps them to settle in and relax. All adults who work with children and young people have a duty to get on well with others and to demonstrate a positive   attitude in the work setting and to develop a good professional relationship. They should also be a good role model to the children and young people they are caring for. This will help determine the type of care the individual needs, their behaviour, likes and dislikes, health, interest, etc.
Successful relationships between work colleagues will allow them to pull together to create a welcoming, warm and friendly atmosphere. This will help to maintain a safe environment for the children and young people. Also to build a fixed plan for the individual to help avoid any unnecessary conflicts or understanding between them. Parents/carers must always be involved in their child’s daily learning development and be willing to work with the child care workers as part of the team, so good relationship and communication skills between the two parties will have a huge impact on the child’s development. It will make it a lot easier for both parties to approach one another for feedback or any concerns they may have for the child. This is very important to have this information and to be aware of any sudden changes in the child so we can act fast, to resolve any problems they may have, after all parents and carers and practitioners are all aiming to reach the same goal, that is the health and well being of the individual and to make sure that they have the opportunities to get the most out of life.
It is also good to have this information so it helps us with their needs, emotions...