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Children may also be encouraged to create their own stories or poems incorporating elements ofculture that they have been told about.It would be worth arranging celebrations to mark major events in the cultural calendar of each child.You may have the opportunity to celebrate religious festivals, historic days, and other occasions.However, you should spend time preparing for such celebrations and ensure that they aren’t perceivedas tokenistic. The children may be encouraged to wear colourful clothing or try types of food that arecommonly eaten within the cultural groups. However, you should avoid stereotypical or patronisingrepresentations. Celebrations may be arranged in consultation with family members to ensure that theyare culturally appropriate. You may also arrange outings to community events and encourage thechildren to reflect on their experiences.
CHCECE001 Learner Guide V1.1Page62of100Activity 5B
CHCECE001 Learner Guide V1.1Page63of1005.3Promote establishment of constructive relationships with all children andfamilies based on trusting relationships, respectful interactions, understandingsof alternate world views and celebration of diversityBy the end of this chapter, the learner should be able to:Develop constructive relationships, demonstrating trust, respect, understandingalternate world views, and celebrating diversity in appropriate ways.Promoting establishment of constructive relationshipsYou should aim to promote and establish constructive relationships with children and family memberswho come into contact and access your educational services. Such relationships will be based on amutual sense of positivity and care. There should be a considerable amount of open communicationabout subjects such as educational performance and cultural integration. The children and familymembers should be aware that you are focussed on their best interests and that you are prepared to doeverything within your scope of responsibilities to help them. Again you should be prepared to take thelead and model behaviours which the children can follow.Trusting relationshipsThere are a variety of steps that can be taken for the effective promotion of trust in your educationalsetting. It will be important to maintain the privacy and confidentiality of information provided bychildren and families in accordance with organisationalexpectations. You shouldn’t show anypreference for particular children based upon their culture or other characteristics. It will also benecessary to act with consistency in your communications with children and family members. Youshould maintain a sense of professionalism and demonstrate appropriate control over situations.Children should be aware that you will listen rather than jump to conclusions when accusations aremade or educational performance dips. You should only make promises and commitments if you areentirely sure that they can be met.

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