Assignment 4

1. Identify the different reasons people communicate

  people communicate for different reasons when working in a setting, to build a good relationship with a child or young person’s when they join a setting and also to build a relationship with their parents who will be able to give you any information about their child i.e. their likes/dislikes/allergies etc. will make them feel safe, secure and help them settle easier.

  Good communications maintains a good relationship requires consistency any changes within the child life should be shared between parents and key worker as this may affect their behavior at the setting. We also can share people’s thoughts and ideas and concerns with colleagues, and with the children and their families, it helps us in the way we work together and our relationships.

  We can express needs and feelings let the children do the same. We can encourage them to be open with how their feel, because it can cause frustration and isolation if feelings are kept bottled up. We meet every child’s or young people’s needs we make communication our top priority. It builds strong relationships between colleagues, children or young people and their families and with this we can all work together as a team putting our children in the center.

2. Explain how communication affects relationships in the work setting

  A lack of communication can affect children. It could be that a child has an allergy and not all staff are aware of this and do not take extra measure to meet this child’s individual’s needs, so therefore could be a very serious problem and the child could be at risk. This would not happen if communication is priority. That is why communication is affective. Parents need to know that their child is in a safe environment.

  without effect communication transitions into a new setting can be daunting and scary for some children this can be made easier for them if the setting is aware of their...