Children's rights in relation to play

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Mind Map on Children's rights in relation to play, created by leahcmarsden on 09/17/2015.

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Children's rights in relation to play
1 Every Child Matters
1.1 2.9 - "Early identification of learning difficulties or disabilities can be vital to a child's learning and life chances."
1.1.1 A practitioner will be able to see if a child has any learning difficulties or disabilities as children have a progress check at the age of 2.
1.2 1.3 - "Enjoying and achieving: getting the most out of life and developing broad skills for adulthood"
1.2.1 This shows that children should be able to enjoy themselves while playing as well as developing the skills that they will need later on in life.
1.3 1.3 - "Making a positive contribution: to the community and to society and not engagin in anti-social or offending behaviour.
1.3.1 This shows that children should have a say to the community and society however they should not use offending behaviour.
2 United Nation Convention of the Rights of the Child (UNCRC)
2.1 "Article 31 - All Children have a right to relax and play, and to join in a wide range of activities."
2.1.1 This article shows that every child deserves the right to play and join in all activities to help their development. However, if the child didn't want to play they deserve the right to relax.
2.2 "Article 3 - The convention applies to everyone whatever their race, religion, abilities, whatever they think or say and whatever type of family they come from."
2.2.1 This article shows that no matter what race, religion they follow, what the child says and thinks or the type of family they come. each child still have the right to play and join in with any of the activities.
2.3 "Article 12 - Children have the right to saywhat they think should happen, when adults are making decisions that affect them, and to have their opinions taken into account"
2.3.1 This article shows that the child has a right to have a say in what they want to do, therefore adults should take their opinion into consideration. For example. if the child didn't want to join in with the activity they have set up they should find something else for the child to do or ask what the child would want to play with.
3 Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS)
3.1 Section 1 (1.7) - "For children whose home language is not English, providers must take reasonable steps to provide opportunities for children to develop and use their home language in play and learning."
3.1.1 This shows that no matter what language the child speaks, they still have the right to play. Practitioners should help the child with their English so it will help them as they get older. However, still have the chance to use their home language when playing as well as learning.
3.2 Section 1 (1.8) - "Each area or learning and development must be implemented through planned and purposeful play and through a mix of adult-led and child-initiated actitvity. Play is essential for children's development, building their confidence as they learn to explore, to think about problems, and to relate to others."
3.2.1 This shows that when children are playing they should have a mixture of child-initiated play as well as adult-led play to help them develop the skills that they will need in the future.
3.3 Section 3 (3.58) - "Providers must provide access to an outdoor play area or, if that is not possible, ensure that outdoor activities are planned and take on a daily basis (unless circumstances make this inappropriate, such as weather conditions)
3.3.1 This shows that children have the right to play outdoors if they would like to and if it is safe to do so.
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