This task link to learning outcome 1, assessment criteria 2.2, 2.3 and 2.4

Explain the importance of a child or young person-centred approach
There is a very strong message sent to every adult and society who is caring for children by every child matters. It talks about the importance of each and every child, that each child is a unique individual who needs support from adult to achieve the best possible outcomes as they grow and develop.
Every child matters aim to give all children the support required to:
Stay safe
Be healthy
Enjoy and achieve
Make a positive contribution
Achieve economic well-being
Every child matters aim that each and every child achieve the five every child matters outcome by having a national frame work to support the joining up of services. These services aim that children and young people should be treated as individual. Planning should meet the need of each and every child but not for a whole group. In my setting, every child matters has change the lives of each and every child because
This task link to learning outcome 1, assessment criteria 2.2, 2.3 and 2.4

we treat each child as an individual, meeting the needs of each child not favouring or discriminating and making sure that the children are safe, healthy, enjoy and achieve in various   activity with support from staff and most importantly, that the voice of every child is heard and no child is left alone or unattended to. We also work with the united nation convention on the right of a child (article 13).
Another approach can be seen from that of the children’s Plan. This is a ten year strategy by the government to make England a good place for the children and young people to grow up. It is based on children and family at the heart of policy on the basis on the bases that children and young people only spend one- fifth of their children hood at school, it also states that young people learn best with family support and the plan covers areas of children’s lives...