QUIZ MU 2.9: Partnerships

1.Partnerships refers to

a)Team of public agencies and professionals working togetherto provide a holistic service to children in need
b)Public agencies and professinals working independently to provide service to children in need
c)Group of people planning outings or day trips for children in nurseries
d)All of the above

2.Partnerships are a team of

a)Doctors, health visitors and psychologist
b)Social Services, SENCO and speech & language therapist
c)Practitioners, key workers and parents
d)All of the above

3.SENCO (special educational needs coordinator) role is to

a)Provide support in the educational setting to children who display learning difficulties or challenging behaviour
b)Provide information on nutrition and health
c)Liaise with external agencies to organise support for the children in need
Both a and c
e)None of the above

4.Social services role is to

a)Provide co-ordinated service to families who have a range of issues
b)Ensure that children are safeguarded
c)Register and annually inspect all day nurseries
d)Both a and c
e)All of the above

5.Child who has difficulty talking may be referred to

a)A speech therapist
b)Social services
d)All of the above

6. 6. A child who is a victim of abuse is referred to

a)Social services
b)Educational psychologist
c)Speech therapist
d)Both a and c

7.CAF ( Common Assessment Form) is used

a)To make referral to relevant agencies or professionals
b)To identify additional needs that a child may have and provide support needed. then
c)To create an action plan following assessment
d)All of the above

8.Barriers to working as partnerships are

a)Lacking experience or not be specialised enough
b)Being a good listener
c)Using jargons and terminologies that are familiar or easy to understand
d)Both b and c

9.Characteristics of good partnerships are

a)Having good communication skills
b)Having patience and empathy
c)Being courteous and respectful
d)All of the above

10.Involving parents is important because

a)Parents know their child better than anyone and can provide relevant background information
b)Parents have the skills to support practioners in the setting
c)Parents enjoy chatting to practitioners
d)Both b anc c

11.Parents can be involved by

a)Inviting them to festivals or local events
b)Inviting them to open day
c)Let them engage in activities within the setting
d)All of the above

12.Barriers to parents participating in the childcare setting include

a)Parents not able to speak English
b)Parents working full time
c)Good tone of voice, gestures and facial expression
d)Parents not interested in taking part
e)All of the above except c

13.Practitioners maintain confidentiality by

a)Not sharing personal information of child with anyone other than right to know
b)Talking to parents and other people about other children
c)Not gossiping about child�s background with other parents or colleagues
d)Storing information on a computer accessible by authorised person with a password
e)Both a and c
f)All of the above except b

14.Child Care setting must comply with the Data Protection Act 1998

a)Information about a child should be accessible to the child�s parent or carer and shared with them
b)Information should not be stored for longer period than necessary
c)Information about a child can be shared with any parent, staff and organisations
d)Information should be stored safely and securely
e)All of the above except c
f)All of the above except d

15.In the event of future court cases, it is important that

a)Accident and incident records will need to be kept for reference in the future
b)Records and reports should be legible and grammatically correct
c)Hand writing must be neat and no spelling or punctuation mistakes
d)Reports are statutory requirement within the EYFS Framework and must be made available to Ofsted inspection
e)All of them