1.1: Partnership workings in important to children and young   people to bond with others to achieve a goal. Working in partnership with children and young people help them to understand how things work. A good interaction could possibly reduce selfishness and create leadership and team working skills. Also, working in partnership with children and young people helps to meet their individual needs. Moreover, partnership working helps improve outcomes for children and families through access to a wider range of services. It also benefits staff and services as there is less copying between different services.

1.2: Relevant partners whom would be in the work setting would be the class teacher, teacher assistance, the parents and including the head teacher. And as well as the social services, speech therapist, the health visitor and colleagues.

1.3: The characteristics of effective partnership working are good communication, containing confidentiality, working with the parents and careers to meet the child’s needs, sharing information and knowledge if needed and treat everyone fairly, containing trust and respect between partners and also to have an aim that is understood and agreed by all.

1.4: barriers of partnership working are lack of understanding, different opinions and views, incorrect information being passed down by others and a wrong understanding followed after, personal barrier and also inconsistency between professionals.

2.1: Effective communication needs to be required to help support and meet the child’s needs. For example, an autistic child needs a specialist to help them with their learning and an adviser who will support him through his learning. They both need to communicate and share information about the child to support him and their learning development and to meet his needs. Another example is a child who attends two nurseries because their parents are working throughout the day and it is impossible for the chid to stay in one...