Tda 2.2

TDA 2.2 Safeguarding the welfare of children and young people.
      1.1 Identify the current legislation, guidelines, policies and procedures for safeguarding the welfare of children and young people including e-safety
Child protection act 1989/2004
Safeguarding act
Education act 2002
Schools own policies
Health and Safety
Anti-Bullying policies
      1.2 Describe the roles of different agencies involved in safeguarding the welfare of children and young people

2.1 Identify the signs and symptoms of common childhood illnesses
Flu symptoms: Headaches, weakness, fever, cough, sore throat, aching muscles and joints
Tonsillitis symptoms: Very sore throat, difficulty swallowing, fever, pain in ears and neck
Diarrhoea/vomiting symptoms:   Diarrhoea, stomach pains/vomiting, dehydration
Chickenpox symptoms: Itchy rash with blister-like appearance, fever
Mumps symptoms: Painful and swollen jaw, pain when swallowing, fever
Rubella symptoms: Runny nose, temperature, red-pink rash, sore throat, headache
Measles symptoms: Fever, runny nose, cough, blotchy red-brown spots, greyish-white spots in the mouth
Glandular fever symptoms: Fatigue, sore throat, swollen glands, fever
Impetigo symptoms: Red sores around mouth and nose developing into yellow-brown crusts
Ringworm symptoms: Skin ringworm – ring like red rash with raised rim; scalp ringworm – scaly patches on scalp which may feel inflamed and tender.
2.2 Describe the actions to take when children or young people are ill or injured.

There are two different procedures to take if a child is ill or injured. When a child is ill or shows symptoms of illness they will be sent to first aid where they will be treated appropriately. If a child appears to be injured, they will be sent to first aid where they will explain how their injury occurred and they will be patched up if necessary or in more extreme circumstances an ambulance will be called. If the child is no longer in a fit state to continue...