Cypw Unit 010

2.1 Describe the benefits of encouraging and rewarding positive behaviour
The benefits of encouraging and rewarding positive behaviour are that children quickly learn what acceptable behaviour is and know what their boundaries are. If we encourage or reward positive behaviour children are very likely to repeat that behaviour. When a child is praised for doing something well or correctly, often other children will follow suit so they too will receive praise and attention.

3.2 Describe the sorts of behaviour problems that should be referred to others and to whom these should be referred
We may need to refer children whose behaviour is inappropriate for their stage of development. We would also need to refer any child that has self-harming behaviour or is bullying. We would inform our club manager who would then refer to the appropriate people depending on the age of the child these could include
Child health visitors, Play therapists, Paediatricians, Educational or child psychiatrists.

1.1 Describe the policies and procedures of the setting relevant to promoting children and young people’s positive behaviour

We at Funzone have a the following policies and procedures that help to promote positive behaviour in our setting

Behaviour Management Policy – This outlines that Funzone believes that children flourish best when they know how they are expected to behave and that children should be free to play and learn without fear of being hurt or unfairly restricted by anyone else. It also states that all staff are to provide a positive role model by treating children, parents and one another with friendliness, care and courtesy. We require all staff; volunteers and students to use positive strategies for handling conflict by helping children find solutions which are age appropriate. We involve children in generating the ground rules at Funzone as the children are most likely to abide by these rules. We praise and endorse desirable behaviour such as kindness...