Explain the dilemma between the rights and choices of children and young people and health and safety requirements. “The UN Convention on the Rights of the Child clearly identifies the rights of children and young people to learn and develop into adults and be protected from harm..” Penny Tassoni The children should be allowed to safely explore and make some risks decisions with the guidance of the staff within the setting. Children need to learn how to work risks for themselves, by learning what the safe boundaries are, by the staff demo the children how to recognise risks and dangers in the safest way possible. When children are doing new activities to emend their development it can create a conflict or dilemma between the duty of care and the children’s rights. As a practitioner I should always do risk assessments on the activities and the surrounding environments, making sure that the activity is years fascinate and take extra care with children with additional of necessity and new activities. I need to remember that is something goes wrong that I need to make a balanced decision between the risk and the children’s rights.
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