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CAFS Rights and Responsibilities - Discipline


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CAFS Rights and Responsibilities - Discipline

  1. 1. Discipline Practice of training people to obey rules or a code of behaviour, using punishment to correct disobedience
  2. 2. How is it achieved?  Being consistent: The child will learn their boundaries and limits which will help the child follow the expectations of the parent.  Firm but friendly: making them aware of consequences in an approachable way rather than resulting in immediate, harsh discipline.  Effective communication: Child is verbally aware of their actions  Preserving your child’s self-worth: teaching them how to act in a polite manner whilst maintaining a positive, respectful child-parent relationship. Example: A child is playing up in public area, the parent could gently pull them aside, alert them of their behaviours and set boundaries and consequences if the behaviour continues. The child is then aware of the boundaries around them and are less likely to continue behaviour out of concern for consequences that can arise. They would also have more respect for their parent as they acted in a firm but respectful manner.
  3. 3. What happens when it goes wrong  as a result of a lack of Discipline or ineffective punishment/discipline the child might learn to;  Rebel  Become impolite and lose any form of manners  Push the boundaries and manipulate the parents  May not respect authority figures e.g. teachers and parents  Talk back and use bad language  May not learn from their mistakes