Engage in Personal Development in Children and Young People

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Engage in personal development in children and young people’s setting

In this assignment, I am writing about the duties and responsibilities of my work role and the expectation of my work role. In my job, I must be responsible be being respectful toward other people I am working with, be professional at all time. To be encouraging toward the children, to be organised and to show that I am interested in the children and their parent. To work with parent to ensure a safe environment for the children. Encourage creative and imaginative thinking in the children. Follow rules and guideline that have been set in place and to set an example to the children. Keep information confidential and away in a lock cupboard. Communicate and use correct body language toward the staff and children and always have good hygiene and be on time to work. By being professional, I am showing the employer that I am reliable and respectful toward other people and by being organised, I am showing the children how to be organise and by encouraging the children to be creative, I am helping them to explaned they mind and by being clean and tidy, I am showing the children how to clean and tidy and be on time mean I don’t miss anything the employer want me to do the day. EYFS

The EYFS is aimed at providing the help teachers and professionals need in order to give children the best start in life. At the heart of the EYFS is the principle that young children need to play in order to have fun, make friends and to begin to learn and understand about the world around them. Ensuring the welfare and safety of children is a fundamental part of the EYFS. The standards made statutory by the EYFS reassures parents that by using childcare they are doing the very best for their child, as they will be safe and well looked after.  

It also emphasises the importance of working closely with parents to help reassure them about the welfare of their child and also encourage them to get more involved...
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