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Ema E105

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Statement of Ethical Consideration

I confirm that I am meeting the pre-requisites for E105 as set out in the guidelines and I have a valid Agreement with Confirmer Form.
  * I confirm that I am only using material drawn from my setting as set out in my Employers Permission Agreement Form

  * I have maintained confidentiality as set out in the E105 guidance by maintaining confidentiality by not naming my setting, colleagues, parents or children, if necessary names will be changed

  * Parents have been made aware of my studies by letter and permission has been sought to use information provided in my studies, parents have been informed that they may withdraw at any time

  * I have given parents and colleagues the opportunity to ask questions relating to my studies

  * I explain to children why I am observing them and ask the children if they are happy for me to do this and thus gain their consent.

  *   Colleagues have been made aware of my studies and I have gained permission to use information provided and informed them of their right to withdraw at any time.

  * The students in the Tutor Group Forum (TGF) have also given their permission to use material from the forum.

Part 1
Through studying E105 module materials, I have come to understand that leadership is the responsibility of all staff to lead and affect change within the setting.   Having the ability to inspire and motivate others by sharing values and beliefs, ‘inclusive leadership’ Jones and Pound (2008) cited in (Goodliff, G., (2010), pg 24.   Good leadership enhances provision for children, as they have better learning experiences, which improves their wellbeing.   Through this essay I will explain my thinking and demonstrate my understanding of how it applies to my practice.
Working as part of a team is essential to good practice and is part of an ‘enabling environment’ (Principle into Practice Cards, 2008a), DCSF, this improves children’s outcomes as you collaborate and...

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