Cypop5 - Task 1

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Cypop5 Task 1

Information sheet for Parents outlining the following:

A. Current legislation for home-based childcare
B. The Role of regulatory bodies

I would like to let you know as Parents some important information regarding up-to-date home-based childcare legislation and the registered bodies to ensure your children get the best care possible whilst in my care. I have done so in a simple question and answer format, please don’t hesitate to ask me if you have further questions.

A. Current legislation for home-based childcare
I will continue to keep you updated in the current laws, rules and regulations with regard to my home-based childcare but I have outlined below the ones I think most relevant at the moment. The Children Act of 2004

This came about from the green paper Every Child Matters which identifies five key outcomes for children: 1. Be Healthy
2. Stay safe
3. Enjoy and achieve
4. Make a positive contribution
5. Achieve economic well being

Childcare Act 2006
This introduced the early years foundation stage curriculum into England and Wales Race relations Act 1976 (amended 2000)
Promotion of equal opportunities in all settings is essential, and relevant policies and procedures should be developed, monitored and assessed

Education Act 1981,1998, 1993, 1997
These set out the recognition of parents rights and special educational needs, national curriculum, the right to child assessment, and children’s needs and much more.

Public Health Act 1984 + RIDDOR 1995
Both these acts refer to the control of infectious diseases and certain accidents and injuries must also be reported by law

Food safety regulations 1995
Basic hygiene requirements, although not currently law it is good practice to have a certificate in the area.

Family Law Act 1996
This Act sets out guidance relating the...
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