give all children in my care
the opportunity to reach their
full potential. Sometimes this
means adapting an activity to
the child’s ability and
stage of development, providing
additional resources or giving
one child more attention and
support than others during a
particular activity or routine.
in my care are given the opportunity
to play with all the toys (subject
to health and safety with children
under 3 years of age). No toys
are just for girls or just for
boys. I try to ensure my toys
reflect positive images of children
and people from different cultures
and with different abilities.
I have toys and resources that
challenge stereotypical ideas
on what careers are open to
men and women.
in my care will be discriminated
against in anyway, whether for
their skin colour, culture,
gender, ability or religion.
I will challenge any remarks
that I feel are inappropriate.
the children in my care to learn
more about their own culture
and to find out about the culture
and religions of other children.
We do in this in a fun way through
sharing books, colouring sheets,
cooking and eating food from
around the world and celebrating
special festivals. I provide
resources such as woks and chopsticks,
dressing up clothes and multicultural
skin tone crayons and pencils.
the children to develop a healthy
respect of each other’s
differences and to value everyone
as an individual.
If you have any concerns regarding
this policy please discuss them