This applies to challenging behavior due to the fact it focuses on the protection and support of children. An example of this could be Article 18 (parental responsibilities and state assistance) This articles states that it is the parents’ responsibility to make sure that they always consider what is best for their child and the government should help them by creating support services for the child and giving a hand to parents in need. Article 39 (recovery from trauma and reintegration) One of the reasons for challenging behavior could be some past experiences.
This article states that children who have experienced trauma or things like that should get special support in order for them to recover. The Children’s act This Act aims to encourage children’s wellbeing by improving effective local workings; it focuses on children’s health, safety, achievements etc. This act applies to challenging behavior due to the fact that it is put in place to observe the child/ children and to resolve any issues/problems as soon as possible. As well as that, it encourages children to be safe and achieve more i. E. Schools, teachers have to ensure that they give the child full help/ support in order for the child to achieve he’s potentials and also for the safety of other students Every Child Matters This legislation links with the Children’s Act. It is put in place in order to ensure that children who are at risk of harm or neglect are protected and encourages children to gain their full potentials. Every Child Matters tries to promote safety i. E. By reducing crime and educational failure etc.