How Ecm Outcomes to Be Healthy Impacts on Carers and Workers

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Taking one of the five outcomes (Be Healthy, Stay Safe, enjoy and Achieve, Make a Positive Contribution, Achieve Economic Well-being), and discuss how it should inform work with children in the early years. It can be easy to focus on topic, be healthy- its important to set in context of every child matters as a whole, setting up services for children and families. Childrens Act 2004, legislation which puts the obligation to provide partnership, sure start children centres. Schools need to take 5 outcomes into account. Agencies have to address these issues, but doesn’t have a priority like it did with labour government. Government focus more on education, rather than integration of services. ECM is still the underpinning framework. Discuss of it should inform work on children in the early years, under the age of 8. as part of that- what makes working with younger children different. How do we work with parents with the direct work of children. Taking into consideration professionalisation and training for early years. Improving quality of the work force. Think particularly about working with different children. How can we influence children to be healthy from an early age? When they might not be in a child care setting- how can promote this at home. A lot of scope to interest and explore and find out about. Understanding Early years policy – peter boldock damain fitsgerald and janet kay on reading list and copies in library. Richard barker- understanding every child matters. Good place to start initial research. What is the Early Years Foundation Stage? What effect will its introduction have on work with children in early years provision?

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