Understand How to Support Positive Outcomes for Children and Young People.

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Understand how to Support Positive Outcomes for Children and Young People. Bii)
a)The importance of designing a service that responds to the needs of the children and young people…. Why it is important to When working with Children is it always important to design a service to meet all their needs. So that they feel comfortable in their surroundings and independently develop. Services that have been put in place are good for the benefit for the Children when they start at a new Nursery. These services also help them develop while they are at the Nursery, and the Children can take the skills they have learnt and take them with them. The skills they learn may indeed stay with them when they grow older and start attending school. Key Worker

When a child first starts at the Nursery they are all given a Key Worker. Their Key Worker has a focus on them, watches them develop and then records it. They watch them develop in the Nursery and encourage them to keep going on in developing new skills. This is very important as the Child or Children will take these skills with them when they go further on in education and the records the Key Worker has written down. In spending time with their Key worker, the Child builds up trust and confidence in not only their Key worker but also in the Nursery. This is a very important stage for their development as then this leads to making relationships with other Children and Key Workers that are at the Nursery. The Key worker also has to think of the children for their needs. Encourage them to keep themselves clean. For an example, to wash their hands after they have been to the toilet. To wash their hands before eating or after touching animals. Also if one of the Children has any special needs, to think of that Child and in make a way for them to join in activities, without feeling left out or pushed to one side. To have an activity that everyone can join in not just for one certain Child. In setting out activities...
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